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You were there, the first time I stumbled
Will you be there, each time I fall
Will you care, for me forever
Darling promise you'll love me most of all.

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You can count on me, I'll be true
Do you feel the same way I do
When times get hard, will you see me thru
What I need to know, can I count on you.

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When the years, have turned our hair to silver
will you still, wear that band of gold
say you'll be here always beside me
will I still have your hand to hold

You can count on me, I'll be true
do you feel, the same way I do
When time get hard, will you see me thru
what I need to know, can I count on you.

What I need to know, Can I count on you..



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    carment65May 2, 2008 at 2:48 am
    No matter how hard we try to make it right in our relationships, there will be times when we fall. Even that special person who stands by our side has to be asked from time to time "Can I Trust I You to Love Me?" On the flip side of that is our little child's belief that we're not loved enough by those most close to us when we were a young baby and child too.

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