Kellyn, A Grau

Rookie (04/24/1987)

A stolen bounty of love

A pirate stole my heart away
What ever shall I do?
A pirate stole my breath away
I can’t figure out whom
A pirate stole my love away
I cant even see clear
A pirate stole my soul away
Yet I cant help but want him near

So pirate who has all of me
Tell me what am I suppose to do
Why is it that I can’t stop thinking about you
Why does my day seem so far off?
When you are not near me
Why do the hours slowly fade?
When it’s you I don’t get to see

So here’s to the nights we lay in bed
Listening to the sea
So here’s to the days we spent together
Just so damn care free
So here’s to the moments linger on
My heart still skips a beat
So here’s the hopes will last forever
I’ll give you my heart to keep

So dear pirate of mine
Tell me what you wish to do
Do you wish for our hearts to be bound?
Never to be unglued
Together we’ll stand against all odds
You and me against the sea
To forever look for our
Everlasting bounty

Submitted: Sunday, September 07, 2008
Edited: Wednesday, September 17, 2008

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