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(I Think I Might) Write You A Song

I notice you standing there.
I see that you want some care.
Well I just came to remind you I know you're bare.
You think that you're not that strong.
You think that you're not too tall.
Well I just came to remind you that I still care.
It doesn't matter what everyone else thinks,
It only matters what you've got
Deep in your own heart,
Hidden inside you,
It's time for them to give you a shot.

I think I might write you a song,
When the days get lonely,
When the days get long.
I might write you a song,
To tell you you're beautiful.
I might write you a song,
To remind you that I still care.
I might write you a song,
And do things I never dared.

I see the way they treat you,
And I disagree.
I think you need someone to hold you,
To tell you they still care.
I think you're owed some real due,
And, well, frankly
I promise you if everyone's gone
That I'll still be there.
It doesn't matter what anyone else thinks,
It only matters what you've got
Deep in your own heart,
Hidden inside you.
It's time for them to give you a shot.

I think I might write you a song,
When the days get lonely,
When the days get long.
I might write you a song,
To tell you you're beautiful.
I might write you a song,
To remind you that I still care.
I might write you a song,
And do things I never dared.

I want you to be happy,
I'll give you a brand new world.
I'll do whatever it takes,
To be your bridge,
To be your friend,
To be it all.

I think I might write you a song,
When the days get lonely,
When the days get long.
I might write you a song,
To tell you you're beautiful.
I might write you a song,
To remind you that I still care.
I might write you a song,
And do things I never dared.




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