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It is about someone being willing to walk openly with his girlfriend - or will he not want others to know...
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Questions From The Heart
|by Tammy Peters
Do you want me?
Could you love me?
Could you see me in your life?
Could you walk with me hand in hand with your head up high?
Or would you hang your head down low
hiding your face from everyone you know?
Do you like me for who I am?
Or are your words full of lies -
afraid to tell the truth that lies inside?
Are you the one?
Could this all be true?
That you are the one for me and I am the one for you?
Is this just a game that you like to play?
Play with their heads and then play with their hearts,
then shoot them out and let their worlds grow dark?
Now you know the questions that lie inside -
are you willing to answer or
are you more likely to hide?
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