(brief renderings) Joe Fazio


Bath Me In Your Tears...


No greater comfort can be found,
then tears of love and caring.
When the love of another, does rise
from ones heat, and overflow in tears,
know ye well, that greater love,
does not exist.

Bath me in your tears, oh pure and snow white dove,
and you will shower me, with goodness hope and love.

Bath me in your tears, my lifes an angry sea.
Bath me in your tears, bring tranquility to me.
Bath me in you tears, and wash away my fear.

Hold me close my love, that I might know you care.

Bath me in your tears, and mend my lonely heart.
Kiss me, love me...tell me... we shall never part.

Bath me in your tears, a heavens mist of dew,
that I might see the light, with help from only you.

And when my life is over, and I am put to rest,
I'll take your tears of love and joy...
for they're the very best.


© Joe Fazio

Submitted: Wednesday, February 17, 2010

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