Not Until You Came Around

In this male monologue, JAZZ talks to his girl about how he first came to recognize the fact that he was in love with her.

Jazz:  I remember when I first fell in love with you.  Do you want to know when it was?  Yeah?  Okay…it was on St. Paddy’s Day, the day I asked you to be my girl…we were at my friend’s house party and we were dancing in the middle of the living room and I was so taken by your eyes, the way they looked up at me…filled with happiness, trust and love…completely mesmerizing.  I knew, I knew by the way you were looking at me that it was right for us and I wanted you to be mine.

I was actually a bit nervous too cause I’m not the greatest of dancers and I didn’t want to look like a damn fool in front of those pretty green eyes of yours but we were somewhere else, weren’t we?  Nothing else mattered but staring at you and marveling over how beautiful you were and still are…it was voodoo magic.  Haha.  You put your spell over me that night woman!  Ha ha ha ha. But I’ll never forget it, how you moved, how you felt…never, ever.

Afterwards, one of my buddies came up to me and said that you could be my wife one day.  It all just exploded in my mind right then and there…I never imagined such a thing for myself, not until you came around.

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