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For One So red
For One So Red
Strawberry Princess, Strawberry Princess, why do your cheeks bloom so red,
The radiance of your face make other girls look pale and dead.
Strawberry Princess, Strawberry Princess, why do smell so sweet,
The aroma of your charm makes you one everyone wants to meet.
Strawberry Princess, Strawberry Princess, your lips always taste like honey,
More priceless than all the stars, or any kind of money.
Strawberry Princess, Strawberyy Princess, if I could but hold you in my arms,
I would smile there happily and fall prey to your charms.
Strawberry Princess, Strawberry Princess, my poem is soon to end,
But rest assured I am always with you, just around the bend.
Strawberry Princess, Strawberry Princess, you are a fire when all is cold,
But I shall cling to the light when I am gray and old.
Strawberry Princess, Strawberry Princess, blessed be you for your love,
Cling to it tenderly now as it soars high like a dove.
And now your highness, my poem is now through
Rest now knowing that I am here, and will always love you too.