Okeke Emmanuel

Rookie (25th November,1976 / Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria.)

Dance


Dance to the smiles
That comes from your little hips
Dance to the laughter
You’ve brought to my tender heart
Oh dance, as you’ve always done
Dance Baby; dance
Oh dance

Dance to the giggles
From the tickles you radiate
Dance to the glamour
As you’re always to my world
Oh dance, bringing back memories
Dance Baby, dance
Please dance

Dance to the purpose
And the joy you’ve brought to my world
Dance to the rhythm
Playing from the smiles you portray
Oh dance, bringing sweet melodies
Dance baby; dance
Please dance

From my life this very day
To the world I share with you
Through the struggles we’ve passed through
Till this moment, Baby
Oh dance, as you’ve always done
Oh Dance, Baby dance
Please don’t stop dancing

What would my moments be
Without your tender love
What would my purpose be
Without your whispers of courage
Oh Baby, as you’ve promised me
Oh Dance, Baby dance
Keep on dancing.

Submitted: Monday, August 04, 2008

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