John G. Nelson (August 24,1976 / Monrovia, Liberia)
dance me to love
Dance me to the end of love,
hear the sound of violet plays,
make me feel, make me sweet.
hold me like a singing harp.
Bend me to the sweet melody,
Like a flower bends in the wind.
Sense the trumpet makes it calls,
Taste it rhythm, when it echoes.
Sway me to a Spanish guitar.
Make me smile, make me laugh.
Kiss me as a clarinet on your lips.
Feed me the vibes of kettledrum.
Enrich me on the dance floor,
with mighty sound of sweet beats.
Sing me soft; say my name sweet.
Make me dance in the moonlight.
Sing your beauty, sing your love.
Please me with your glorious eyes,
Make your love kind, how smooth,
Teach me your secret, kiss my lips.
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