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Oh, her eyes, her eyes make the stars look like they’re not shining
Her hair, her hair falls perfectly without her trying
She’s so beautiful
And I tell her everyday.

Yeah, I know, I know when I compliment her, she won’t believe me
And it’s so, it’s so sad to think that she doesn’t see what I see
But every time she ask me do I look okay?
I say

When I see your face
There’s not a thing that I would change
‘Cause you’re amazing
Just the way you are

And when you smile
The whole world stops and stares for a while
'Cause girl, you’re amazing
Just the way you are

Her lips, her lips, I could kiss them all day if she’d let me
Her laugh her laugh, she hates but I think it’s so sexy
She’s so beautiful
And I tell her everyday

Oh, you know, you know, you know I’d never ask you to change
If perfect’s what you’re searching for, then just stay the same
So don’t even bother asking if you look okay
You know I’ll say

When I see your face
There’s not a thing that I would change
'Cause you’re amazing
Just the way you are

And when you smile
The whole world stops and stares for a while
'Cause girl, you’re amazing
Just the way you are

The way you are
The way you are
Girl, you’re amazing
Just the way you are

When I see your face
There’s not a thing that I would change
'Cause you’re amazing
Just the way you are

And when you smile
The whole world stops and stares for a while
'Cause girl, you’re amazing
Just the way you are.
Yeah

- Bruno Mars

anonymous asked:

The novel doesn't mean they will become canon. I think it's just Scott Gimple putting an Easter egg basically saying hello to Carylers

I can’t say I agree anon. I still think the chance of canon in the season 7 finale or the season 8 premiere is exceedingly high. I want to point out that we haven’t had a very big Caryl episode like that for awhile. The book was very deliberate. It was a close shot of Carol reading the book. It was obviously deliberate having Daryl show up at that very moment to surprise her. That did not feel like an Easter egg to me at all. I know what you’re talking about when you say that, but this was very blatant. There was a clear meaning behind the book and Daryl, a clear connection. To me, it symbolized the fact that Daryl will bring Carol into reality so that she doesn’t try to escape into a fantasy world. Norman briefly touches on that fight or flight that many of the characters on the show go through. Carol is no exception. The only way he can bring her out of it is if they go canon, because Carol’s theme this whole season has been that she can’t kill for love. She’ll have to kill for love. That’s her entire character arc (change) this season. We’ll just agree to disagree. I think that book is foreshadowing canon. Can I also mention that generally when they have a Caryl Easter egg like the Cherokee Rose in the walker that Daryl discovers or the jade stone with Daryl that Carol and Daryl are not normally together at the same time? Normally, they are separated. Daryl showed up when Carol was reading the book, so…

That book was way to obvious to be a simple Easter egg… Also, that episode was written by Channing Powell not Scott Gimple.

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I couldn’t lose anyone. I couldn’t lose any of them. I couldn’t lose you. I couldn’t kill them. I could. I would. If they hurt any more of them… that’s what I would do. And there wouldn’t be anything left of me after that. The saviors… did they come? 

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