I Dont Want To Miss A Thing

December 29, 2009 at 3:08 am (Dating, Love, Relationships, Songs, Thoughts)

I could stay awake just to hear you breathing
Watch you smile while you are sleeping
While you’re far away and dreaming
I could spend my life in this sweet surrender
I could stay lost in this moment forever
Well, every moment spent with you
Is a moment I treasure

(Chorus)
I don’t wanna close my eyes
I don’t wanna fall asleep
‘Cause I’d miss you, baby
And I don’t wanna miss a thing
‘Cause even when I dream of you
The sweetest dream would never do
I’d still miss you, baby
And I don’t wanna miss a thing

Lying close to you
Feeling your heart beating
And I’m wondering what you’re dreaming
Wondering if it’s me you’re seeing
Then I kiss your eyes and thank God we’re together
And I just wanna stay with you
In this moment forever, forever and ever

(chorus)
I don’t wanna close my eyes
I don’t wanna fall asleep
‘Cause I’d miss you, baby
And I don’t wanna miss a thing
‘Cause even when I dream of you
The sweetest dream would never do
I’d still miss you, baby
And I don’t wanna miss a thing
I don’t wanna miss one smile
I don’t wanna miss one kiss

Well, I just wanna be with you
Right here with you, just like this
I just wanna hold you close
Feel your heart so close to mine
And just stay here in this moment
For all the rest of time

(Chorus)
Don’t wanna close my eyes
Don’t wanna fall asleep
‘Cause I’d miss you, baby
And I don’t wanna miss a thing
‘Cause even when I dream of you
The sweetest dream would never do
‘Cause I’d still miss you, baby
And I don’t wanna miss a thing

I don’t wanna close my eyes
I don’t wanna fall asleep
‘Cause I’d miss you, baby
And I don’t wanna miss a thing
‘Cause even when I dream of you
The sweetest dream would never do
I’d still miss you, baby
And I don’t wanna miss a thing
Don’t wanna close my eyes
Don’t wanna fall asleep, yeah
I don’t wanna miss a thing
I don’t wanna miss a thing

 

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13 Signs You’re Falling In Love…

December 29, 2009 at 2:11 am (Love, Relationships, Thoughts)

Source: Sweet Nostalgia

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How Do You Define “Falling In Love?”

December 29, 2009 at 2:00 am (Dating, Love, Relationships, Thoughts)

Falling in love is a purely subjective experience that is different for each person, so it’s difficult to define in a way that speaks to everyone. It’s sort of like asking for a definition of the color blue. You know what it looks like and so do I, but do we truly see the same color?

Most people experience falling in love in a variety of ways. It is a sweeping sense of connection, a meeting of the mind, heart and soul that makes pulses race and that changes the course of peoples’ lives. Couples in love want to be together every day, night and day. They can’t wait to see each other, touch each other, kiss, hold hands, and behave like kids – giggling, smiling, and telling their deepest secrets. Passion is very much a part of falling in love – not only in the physical sense, but also in the mental and spiritual. Later, being in love is more calm but provides the bond that holds couples together for the many challenges that life has to offer. Priorities shift into living life together – getting married, creating a home together, maybe having children.

Some couples fall in love very quickly – and sometimes this is the beginning of a lifelong relationship, and sometimes it’s the beginning of a flash fire that burns itself out very quickly. Some couples fall in love more slowly – taking their time to get to know one another, finding more and more to like and love about each other, and then one day, something small happens to tip the scales over from deep like to in love. These relationships are more often lasting than the quick ones, although there is no right or wrong way to fall in love.

If you’ve never been in love, perhaps your heart is not very open to love. If you have, but it was in the summer of 1978 and you barely remember it, then your heart has shut down, perhaps because of a loss. Either way, in order to experience love you must be a loving person. Love happens because you are giving love freely in many different ways.

Start with little things – like allowing yourself to appreciate a beautiful sunset. Look for things to love first, like flowers, music, or art. Then, look for creatures to love – like kittens, puppies, or the birds outside your window. From there, search your environment for people to love. Make new friends and find ways to contribute to their lives. Volunteer for a cause that allows you to give your time and energy to people in need. Let yourself fall in love with life itself.

Most of all, learn to love yourself. Treat yourself to events, things and people that nourish your spirit – a day at the museum, an evening at the symphony, an afternoon in the park. Gradually, these heart-opening exercises will make you more receptive to love and you will naturally attract someone with whom you can fall in love.

Source: Ezine by Nina Atwood

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FRIENDSHIP is the key to creating a successful relationship…

December 5, 2009 at 8:49 am (Communication, Dating, Friendship, Relationships, Thoughts)

BFF stands for Best Friends Forever. Popular with the younger crowd, these three letters hold the key to a successful and long-term relationship. Think about this. Obviously you have friends. And depending on your age, you probably have had some of your friends for 20 or 30 years, possibly longer.

You don’t spend day in and day out with them, but you’ve invested a lot of time talking with them, enjoying activities together, and cultivating a relationship. Our basic friendships have challenges, too. And, we work on them. Now imagine a long-term relationship – or marriage. If you want it to last until “death do you part,” you better make sure it’s built upon the most solid foundation of all – friendship.

Friendship is the key to creating a successful relationship. Without it you have nothing. Chemistry is important, without a doubt, but you need a lot more than that to sustain you through the myriad of life’s ups and downs from which no one will escape.

As a single person, you need to hone your personal skills when it comes to relationships. Rather than focusing on finding a mate, concentrate on getting to know the people you’re dating. Dating is really about relating. It’s about sharing who you are – your vision for your life, your values, your interests – and all of those wonderful things that make you unique. It’s also about learning these same things about the person you are dating.

There’s a whole lifetime ahead for romance and commitment. And, the longer you postpone that and the more you focus on developing a friendship, the more solid a foundation you’ll be able to establish with your potential life partner. Through this process, you’ll learn if you’re right for each other. If you aren’t the right match, you’ll be able to part ways with your dignity intact.

Build a strong foundation. Once you’ve done that, it’s easy to construct a successful future and relationship upon it. Take your time, get to know each other, and build a friendship you can treasure for many years ahead.

Source: EzineArticles.Com

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