Jay Sennett |||

Gratitudes: For Ms. H.

We’re the best partners this world’s ever seen

Together as close as can be

But sometimes it’s hard to find time in between

To tell you what you mean to me

You are the rose of my heart

You are the love of my life

A flower not fading, nor falling apart

If you’re tired, rest your head on my arm

Rose of my heart

When sorrow holds you in it’s arms of clay

It’s rain drops that fall from your eyes

Your smile is a sun come to earth for a day

You brighten my blackest of skies

You are the rose of my heart

You are the love of my life

A flower not fading, nor falling apart

If you’re cold, let my love make you warm

Rose of my heart

So hard times or easy times, what do I care

There’s nothing I’d change if I could

The tears and the laughter are things that we share

Your hand in mine makes it good

You are the rose of my heart

You are the love of my life

A flower not fading, nor falling apart

If you’re cold, let my love make you warm

Rose of my heart

You are the rose of my heart

You are the love of my life

A flower not fading, nor falling apart

If you’re cold, let my love make you warm

Rose of my heart

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