Maddie Wilson - Love Like Theirs - text

Six thirty: he was having dinner,
Lookin' at the prettiest girl in town.
First dates are always strange, a little awkard,
But it wasn't with them somehow.

Who knew that a couple months down the road
They would be on their honeymoon?
I guess when you know,
You know.

A love like theirs, oh whoa,
A love like theirs.
One can only dream of love so rare.

A love like theirs; won't you hear my prayer?
I only ask one thing from your man upstairs:
A love like theirs.

With five kids, life is messy, house is dirty,
And it's easy to just give up.
But they stuck together
And their faith got stronger
When their unborn child was lost.

Who knew that the pain wouldn't last forever?
No, not when you choose to go through it Together, yeah.

A love like theirs, oh whoa.
A love like theirs.
One can only dream of love so rare.

A love like theirs; won't you hear my prayer?
I only ask one thing from your man upstairs.

Ooh, lovers now date, change their minds,
'n lose their way.
Ooh, wanna love that lasts 'n gives me hope,
Not burn and crash.

Six thirty: twenty-eight years later,
And the kids are all growin' up.
But Daddy still looks at her like she's
Twenty years old, and he's never been
More in love.

I wanna love like, a love like theirs, oh whoa,
A love like theirs.
One can only dream of a love
So rare, yeah.

A love like theirs; won't you
Hear my prayer?
I only ask one thing from your man upstairs:
A love like theirs... theirs.

A love like theirs.

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