Nina gáspari

Rookie (05/13/1985)

A Song


Sing me a song
A song about dreams
A song that tells me
What´s meant to be
Sing me song
A song that´s just as sweet
As the sound from the birds
Up in the highest tree
Sing me a song
A song that´s not about mistakes i´ve done
A song that shows me where yesterday´s warmth
Has gone
Sing me a song
That´s heaven made
A song that explains
All the love I gave
Sing me a song
A song that´s refreshing to me
Delicate and peaceful like the morning breeze
Sing me a song
A love song
To save me from a life of oblivion
Sing me a song
A song that´s so divine
A song capable to change my life.

Submitted: Monday, August 30, 2010

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