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25 Reasons Why I Chose You (Plus One)



I chose you because you were strong in the gospel.

I chose you because you loved the Lord.

I chose you because you held me when I cried.

I chose you because you made me laugh.

I chose you because you let me be me.

I chose you because I had fun with you.

I chose you because you had dreams and ambitions.

I chose you because you're gorgeous.

I chose you because you promised me a happy life.

I chose you because you were good with your siblings.

I chose you because you made me feel sexy and beautiful.

I chose you because you challenged me.

I chose you because you needed me.

I chose you because we both crazy about books.

I chose you because you recognize my talents.

I chose you because you believed in me.

I chose you because I believed in you.

I chose you because you were there for me.

I chose you because you never left.

I chose you because you are kind and generous.

I chose you because I knew you'd be a great dad.

I chose you because you supported me in doing good.

I chose you because you chased my demons away.

I chose you because you see the good in me.

I chose you because you wanted me and I wanted you.

I chose you because I love you.

I love you.

I chose you.

I still do.

Forever and Always.


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(OR 25 reasons why you love someone)


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