It hadn’t been a very long time
Since he first meet her
It was not long before he knew
That he truly loved her
He stood still in the church
All eyes on the doors as he waited for her
When would the doors open?
When will I see her?
Then they opened and the music played
Here comes his bride he didn’t have to keep waiting for her
She was radiant, her beauty unmatched
She was his bride, his love; he only had eyes for her
She walked with such grace, closer and closer
His heart raced and now he stood in front of her
They said the vows, she shed her tears
He smiled at her and then he kissed her
She was now his wife and he was now her husband
He would never let anything hurt her
His wife would always know his love
He knew he could never stop loving her
They left the church and went to the reception hall
And though the knot was tied all eyes were still on her
They made the toast, they cut the cake, and they gave their hugs and thanks
But he was ready to just be alone with her
All those days they spent apart were no more
He would never have to say another goodbye to her
They would never have to be apart, they would never be alone
She would always be with him and he would always be with her
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