They ask me if we are in love,
Does my soft hand fit your tender glove?
They ask me if our love will last,
If we welcome the future and accept the past?
I tell them,
I love you in the morning
When we wake and together lay.
Your touch bathes me in sunlight
Even when the sky is grey.
I love you in the afternoon
As we go about daily life.
Separate once, to be forever entwined
As we become man and wife.
I love you in the evening
When all of our friends have gone.
The house is quite, the party over,
We talk, just us, one on one.
I rest my head on your shoulder,
And as we turn out the light,
I know I will love you forever my dear
'Til we say our last goodnight.