Overjoyed

Tara, kanta tayo. :)===================
Over time,
I've been building my castle of love
just for two, though you never knew you were my reason.
I've gone much too far
for you now to say
that I've got to throw my castle away.

Over dreams,
I have picked out a perfect come true,
though you never knew it was of you
I've been dreaming.

The sandman has come
from too far away
for you to say come back some other day.

And though you don't believe
that they do,
they do come true,
for did my dreams
come true when I looked at you.
And maybe too, if you would believe,
you too might be
overjoyed,
over love,
over me.

Over hearts,
I have painfully turned
every stone
just to find, I had found
what I've searched to discover.

I've come much too far
for me now to find
the love that I've sought can never be mine...

And though you don't believe that they do,
they do come true,
for did my dreams
come true when I looked at you.

And maybe too, if you would believe,
you too might be
overjoyed,
over love
over me.

And though the odds say improbable,
what do they know?
For in romance
all true love needs is a chance.
And maybe with a chance
you will find, you too, like I,
overjoyed,
over love,
over you,
over you...

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