The Dearest Thing

Something is blowing down from the eastern sky
Up where the sun is awaking and spilling light
Arriving on breezes that tickle our cheeks
Making butterflies flutter just out of our reach

And we're sailing on the ever blue sky
On a tuft of cloud beneath the sunshine
And holding your hand is dearest thing
I've ever done, or ever seen

Something is whispering out from the woods
A shiver and sliver of something too good
To be seen with mortal eyes, so we can't find
But a piece of it, and it's in your eyes

And we're skipping along on old mossy trails
Where up through the dirt the snowdrop prevail
And holding your hand is the dearest thing
I've ever done, or ever seen

Something come shooting out of the sea
It's quick and it's silver like a beautiful ring
That hums on my finger, its own little song
The song of together, and the sea sing along

And we're swimming in an ocean of ink
All your letters got wet but I know how you think
And holding your hand is the dearest thing
I've ever done, or ever seen

Something like arms is holding me close
It's warm and it's comfortable, I love it the most
The sweater that smell so exactly like you
You're my home and my heart, and I love you

And we're two lonely souls, who found a sure way
No longer lonely, 'cause we are soul mates
And holding your hand is the dearest thing
I've ever done, or ever seen

And that I'll ever do
And only with you

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