12) Beautiful Woman
You're a woman with every drop of beauty within you
Heads could turn when you walk into any room
Your smile is like nature, you voice is like the birds that sing,
Your eyes are the ocean in which the moon and sun sink.
You could have had the best of life,
The wealthiest man would make you his wife..
The oceans and the forest together would sing,
As you could have become the queen to the very best king.
You discarded the chariots, you discarded the kings
You discarded the wealth and all the materialistic things
You left your innocent world, before your life had begun
You surrendered to call my beautiful woman.
You chose a carpenter, instead of a king,
And you sat on a mule and traveled through the fields
Palaces should have graced you, but you'll knocked on every inn,
They all turned you'll away, as you carried your child within.
And so the beautiful woman, settled into a stable
And tried to rest where ever she was able.
Amidst the cattle, sat there the carpenter and this lady
Bring into this world a messenger for you and me.
This beautiful woman on who any man would have fall,
She sacrificed it, to bring us the coolest man of them all
As a mother, you sacrificed your son
But I surely love you for it, my beautiful woman.