Don'T Ever Say I Didn'T Love You

Poem By Faith Elizabeth Brigham

don't ever say i didn't love you
with everything i had
of all the people in all the world
you picked me to treat bad
i wasn't the one who cheated
nor the one who always liked to fight
if you'll remember it was you
who tried to make a wrong thing right

don't ever say i didn't love you
the way that a wife should
if anything most everyone would say
i treated you too good
i wasn't in it for myself
i loved you as good as anybody could

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