Posts Tagged With: Matthew Morrison

Black Diamond


I see it hiding in your eyes, all you’ve got are these few stolen moments.
Somehow you still captivate and keep me guessing.
I can see myself in your reflection even at night, so I’ll do my best to show you how lovely you look in mine.
It couldn’t get any harder, to keep this secret to myself, so I’ll let you in on what little I know.
You’re not as rough as you thought, but you’re every bit as precious as platinum or gold when you let a smile break through the clouds in your life.
We’ll pickup where we left off, if you’ll let me hold you.
You’re a black diamond that can’t stop shining.
If I can’t love you up close than I’ll admire you from afar.
Every single angle looks brilliant to me as you find your place and ease your way into a comfortable silence right next to me.
I’ll call you my black diamond because you’re so rare and priceless.
No other jewel has ever made me feel so good.

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