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(April 27,1992 / Sauteurs, Grenada)

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Can I Draw You A Blue Heart Since Love Is Danger?

Mama once told me 'son never fall for the girl you love'.
I reckon i should never fall in love then!
But babe i'm a lover; Solomon's successor
I've prayed that one day i'll find the one i deserve
I'll paint you a picture of what i see in your eyes
Our future glitters together: love in disguise
You calls me friend when conversely i'm a stranger: a strange lover!
I was born in the ghetto; Jesus was born in a manger
So there's no excuse why you shouldn't love me, or you must not love Christ
Red terrorise the bulls and it triggers me off
So I'll draw you my heart in blue,
if that will be enough
If love is perilous
I'll be shore to defend us
My love is as violet; charming and true.
Babe i'm full of love and you're lovable
If loving you is wrong i don't want to be wrong
But God says its right so welcome in my arms
My love is like the ocean, it reflects the sky
I got a love devotion, everyday you gets a portion, I hope you're not shy
Blue tears are laughter; i hope you won't cry
My love don't convey affliction
All it brings is joy
I love you just like the blue ink in my pen
I can write you my heart out until you recommend
my love

Submitted: Tuesday, January 15, 2013
Edited: Thursday, August 29, 2013

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