Album: Abstract Emotions (2008)
Charted: 4
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  • She only smiles, he only tells her
    That she's the flowers the wind and spring
    In all her splendor, sweetly surrendering
    The love that Innocence brings

    Almaz, pure and simple,
    born in a world where love survives
    Now men will want her, cause life don't haunt her
    Almaz, you lucky, lucky thing
    Now I watch closely, and I watch wholely
    I can't imagine love so rare
    She's young and tender, but will life bend her
    I look around is she everywhere

    He throws her kisses, she shares his wishes
    I'm sure he's king without a doubt
    With love so captive, so solely captive
    I ask if I could play the part Writer/s: RANDY CRAWFORD
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