Marry Me

Album: Save Me San Francisco (2009)
Charted: 34
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  • Forever can never be long enough for me
    Feel like I've had long enough with you
    Forget the world now we won't let them see
    But there's one thing left to do

    Now that the weight has lifted
    Love has surely shifted my way
    Marry me
    Today and every day
    Marry me
    If I ever get the nerve to say
    Hello in this cafe
    Say you will
    Mm-hmm
    Say you will
    Mm-hmm

    Together can never be close enough for me
    Feel like I am close enough to you
    You wear white and I'll wear out the words I love you
    And you're beautiful
    Now that the wait is over
    And love and has finally shown her my way
    Marry me
    Today and every day
    Marry me
    If I ever get the nerve to say hello in this cafe
    Say you will
    Mm-hmm
    Say you will
    Mm-hmm

    Promise me
    You'll always be
    Happy by my side
    I promise to
    Sing to you
    When all the music dies

    And marry me
    Today and everyday
    Marry me
    If I ever get the nerve to say hello in this cafe
    Say you will
    Mm-hmm
    Say you will
    Mm-hmm
    Marry me
    Mm-hmm Writer/s: David Katz, Pat Monahan, Sam Hollander
    Publisher: RESERVOIR MEDIA MANAGEMENT INC, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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