Young'n, I won't leave you.
You silly little thing,
Do you think I'll disappear now?
After all this time?
I haven't left you once; what makes you so sure I will now?
Little one, I don't think you need to worry about that.
I know it's easier sai(more)d than done,
But please remember that
I will stay,
Through storm, through toil and trouble,
Through good and bad, pretty and ugly,
I won't forsake. (less)
I've been listening to the silent music in your eyes, and it is overwhelming. That smile--that gorgeous smile--takes up your whole face, and the music builds and builds and carries me up on eagle wings. And then it dissipates, and I can see the calm strength behind what you(more) call weakness.
It's always darkest before the dawn,
So I understand why I can't see anything.
Because the dawn is coming,
And through the crack of lightning
That pierces the sky the same way
(more) His voice cuts through to my soul,
I can see how the dawn approaches.
It is coming, my friends.
Lift your eyes to see! (less)
A bird may love a fish, signore,
But where would they live?
I always felt sorry for that fish.
That poor, poor fish,
I'm sure he felt helpless.
(more) Your heart makes funny choices sometimes.
But in truth, I've never known it to be wrong.
So this fish will make a home for herself
Out of the water, where she feels comfortable.
She shall dare to evolve
And embrace her opportunities,
Far away from what she considers home. (less)
Take a trip with me down the back alley of my mind,
And you will find that somewhere,
Sealed up like a thank-you card written
Far too hastily,
I loved you. But it
Even though the glue tasted terrible,
Like the steroid that keeps me able to breathe.
But continue down that back alley,
And you'll find an even smaller parcel
With a small pink card inside a tiny white envelope,
Indicating that I still love you
In the back alleys
Of my being,
And someday that stray cat will find you, and you will stroke it like it's been your kittypet for as long as you can remember.
Because you've always known, dear.