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Have I told you lately that I love you?
Have I told you there's no-one above you, above you?
Fill my heart with gladness,
Take away my sadness,
Ease my troubles that's what you do.

Oh the morning sun in all it's glory,
Greets the day with hope and comfort too,
And you fill my life with laughter.
You can make it better.
Ease my troubles that's what you do.

There's a love that's divine,
And it's yours and it's mine,
It shines like the sun.
At the end of the day.
We should give thanks and pray,
To the one.

And say;
Have I told you lately that I love you?
Have I told you there's no-one above you?
Fill my heart with gladness,
Take away my sadness,
Ease my troubles that's what you do.

There's a love that's divine,
And it's yours and it's mine,
And it shines like the sun.
At the end of the day,
We should give thanks and pray,
To the one.

And say;
Have I told you lately that I love you?
Have I told you there's no-one above you?
Fill my heart with gladness,
Take away my sadness,
Ease my troubles that's what you do.

Fill my heart with gladness,
Take away my sadness,
Ease my troubles that's what you do.



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