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How hard is it to write a love song
A song letting you know that you mean the world to me
A little ditty for my honey
A tune to which hearts swoon

How hard is it to tell you I love you
And maybe pair it to some music
A catchy little jig
That lets lovers sway together to

How hard is it to fill three minutes
With things about our life
The time we owned the town
Or never left the dorm

How hard is it to make it strong
A song that touches your heart
That all lovers can relate to
That makes people cry

How hard is it to make it just right
To make sure it says everything you need it to say
Before the tune makes you crazy
And you wished the little lady would get to the point

And just say “Honey, my heart is yours,
For now till we’re old
and saggy and grey
and maybe in diapers”

"I like to think that the whole world is my friend"

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The following comments are for "How Hard Is It To Write A Love Song?"
by supergranny

subject - writing songs. and this was a good poem. i liked it because you got right to the point...simply and directly.

good one, granny.

john. john doe.

( Posted by: johnjohndoe [Member] On: November 24, 2005 )

Good to see you back on Lit granny! I just returned as well... Awesome piece, as usual.

( Posted by: frenchie [Member] On: November 30, 2005 )

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