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My Own True Love

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"My Own True Love"
Written by: Michele Pastrana

I have liked many but have loved none,
For none were worthy of my gentle heart.

And one day the person worthy will come
for me,
I will look into his eyes and know he's the one I've loved for many lifetimes before.
the end!

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~Give your heart make it real or else forget about -sung by Rob Thomas~
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Welcome! and yes don't settle but for the
best!!!
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