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dinner by candlelight

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dinner by candlelight

Dinner by candlelight 



Expect dinner by candlelight 
The table is set in the garden 
The flowers 'red passion of' exhale 
a sweet smell in the air ... 

Yes it is a little cold. 
But I lit a fireplace  just for us. 
The flames contrast with the dark, 
Magic seems to do to please us. 

The musicians are the first chords, 
Gay rehearse the songs that will touch 
Today will be a lovely dinner, showered with kisses. 

And embraced'll dance to the sound of 
violins ... 

Prepared for that special night 
A good wine cooled there on the table 
Along with cutlery willing to label 
In the center two rosebuds highlighted 
Another yellow red side by side. 
Insinuating my desire and my passion 
Already purposely scented flower essences 

Then you get even more cute than ever 
We talk about vague words unimportant 
But our hands and our eyes banded 
Could declare a thousand words 

Gently yet ventured a dance 
I now feel even more its fragrance and its heat 

At this moment the taste of wine from my mouth 
Mingled with the taste of my lipstick from her soft lips 
Gradually refined our clothes before 
They were left one by one there on the floor 
Our hands were filled with affection and tenderness 
Then our love was magically declared 
Among the cushions of my couch in my room 
At our first dinner by candlelight 

OF  CEIZAR FOR MY DEAR DUNCAN TE AMO 

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