You don’t know that my clothes are dirty,
Not to mention my hair and face.
You don’t know that laundry isn’t folded
And the kitchen is a disgrace.
You don’t know that I’m so tired,
Down to my very core.
You don’t know that holding you all day
Makes my body sore.
But you know the sound of my voice
And the feel of my warm arms.
You know that when you are there
You are always safe from harm.
You know the scent of my skin
Because I cuddle you so tight.
You know that I come to your beckon
Morning, noon, and night.
Though right now I’ve never felt so stretched,
I beg the earth to spin slow.
We are rocking now here feeling loved,
And right now that’s all to know.