James Branson

Rookie (6-18-70 / Philippines Island)

'' Alone tonight'' Poem by James Branson


''Alone Tonight''

I see your here alone tonight

would you mine coming home with me

you shouldn't be by yourself

take my hand and come with me

pretty lady let me walk you to the dance floor

and hold you close to me

I'll let you whisper in my ears

And I'll tell you what you want to here

You don't have to be alone tonight

you don't have to be alone tonight

I'll hold you in my arms and baby I promise everthing will be alright

I see you are having a good time your man is not on your mind

He trys to call you on the phone tell him, ''you don't need to be alone''

you don't need to be alone tonight

you don't need to be alone tonight

I'll hold in my arms and baby I promise everything will be alright

Your looking fine to me

can I get your number before you leave

because at the end of the night you are going to be free

you have to be alone tonight

you don't have to be alone tonight

I'll hold in my arms and baby I promise everything will be alright

Submitted: Friday, September 19, 2008

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