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Dark Stormy one

We are sitting in the car 
Driving along the waterfront 
Its cold and dark, 
Reflections of the city lights 
Waves crashing,
But with you its magic. 

Listening to our favourite  song 
Singing all the way home
This moment of us 
the way you smile, 
The way you  glisten
Could this be love 
Could this be something. 

The laughter and fun that we share 
After so many hard years 
Fighting for nothing 
But to save this life 
Will break the chains
 from dark childhood games

And he’l glisten all night 
And he’l listen through the fight
Knowing the pain 
Dancing in the rain 
He’l pick up my shoe 
Even though its half past two 
And let me run wild 
Through the storm and the fire
One day,  
He’l take my hand and ask
Will you be mine. 


Speading love like fire 
All through the weather 
The spirit of weakness will conquer no more 
And the heart will grow stronger 
The pain will grow dimmer 
As you encourage me through this long winter

The city lights shine so bright 
Reflections of skyscappers late at night
You take me in, 
You take my hand 
Childish games consume us 
As we find excitement in eachother
Will this be something 
Will you stay forever?


Spreading love like fire 
All through the weather 
The spirit of weakness will conquer no more 
And the heart will grow stronger 
The pain will grow dimmer 
As you encourage me through this long winter

13/09/2011

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