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What I see
What they see, is a 'teenage relationship'
What I see, is a better relationship than most adults have.
They see two teenagers that don't know what they are doing
I see you, and I haven't ever felt this way before.
They see how much time we are together.
I see how much time I wish I was with you.
They see infatuation
I see my best friend whom I love.
They see two people that are completely different.
I see someone who I've gotten to know she is like me.
They see people that would say they 'think' we love each other.
I see us, as though God made us for each other.
They see teenagers that just say anything.
What I see when I look in your eyes, that beats words that could be said.
They cont up the months we are together.
I'm counting down the years, till I say 'I do.'