Hannah and Nicholas
I'd like it if you'd tell me, How you measure love. Do you deal in ounces and quarters? Or stroke it with kid gloves?
How do you pick who gets it, Because I'd really like a say, And why is it that some people, Get more and more each day?
Another thing I'd like to know, Is how love measures time? Is it founded in an instant? Then lasts a whole lifetime?
Does it grow and grow your whole life through, So I have more and more, Or is there just a set amount, You get at birth then store?
What happens if it’s stolen? Or if I cease to love Does it all come back untarnished? With interest on the above.
How can I know its importance? Do you give it certain ranks? Could I say that’s 1st or 2nd class? Like I do with postage stamps.
Is true love like in stories? Like old fashioned fairy tales Cinderella meets Prince Charming And only love prevails
Why is it then that nowadays? Love sometimes takes the course, Of starting off with marriage, But ending in divorce
Is love equal in proportions? For families and for friends For husbands, wives and children, Where does it ever end?
To let me know what’s going on, Lets strike a little deal Beat slowly for the phoneys, And fast if it’s for real!