He treats me well, although I'm not the only woman...
I adore you, I've waited years to find you, come back to me, I can give you a proper life
But you left me once, whats to say you won't do it again?
In The Great Gatsby, Daisy and Gatsby engage in a conversation behind doors. While we don't know what was said, we can infer from Daisy crying and Gatsby's behavior that they were talking of their past life and that Gatsby confesses the love he has for Daisy
I've changed a lot my love, I have money now I can support you and give you a similar life to what he provides, and I've no need to leave you again
But am I assures happiness, because I can't stand the thought of you leaving again