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It's About Love

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It's About Love

Be still the Heart that beats for divinity
And flies through life heading for eternity
Beating, beating, beating ever so loud
Beating with all the love that is allowed
To fill the beating Heart of light
The light eternal that shines so bright.

And let that Heart forever beat for me
Let those pools of Love always see
Right into the Heart of my Soul
Give the Love inside me its parole
And it shall fly to be with you 
My Love shall be eternal true.

And walk with me throughout the hours of night
The moon is shining down oh so bright
And as we walk I look down on your face
And it shines out with Loves own sweet grace
And a smile of Love does look up at me
This Love for me my eyes do plainly see.

Come close my Love as we walk along
And I shall sing a Lovers own sweet song
A serenade that all around may hear
And from your eye there may but fall a tear
My Love, I want all for to know
That my Heart and Soul do Love you so.

And watching the ocean, see us stand
Our bare feet on the warm golden sand
And as we stand together under the silvery moon
We know the time is coming, it is coming oh so soon
And with the kiss of Glory your light shines from within
And as one beating Heart our Love does begin.

You are the eternal rose that blooms within my Heart
You have been the Love I have sought since my life did start
I always knew your Glory I would see again
But I never quite knew how, where, or when
And now as one beating Heart our Love does once more begin
And the fire of our passion lights us up from within.

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