Verlecia fields

'Engage The Pump'

'Engage The Pump'

here in the dark, calling out your name
reaching for the night, waiting for the pain
hoping to get the speed-up, in this over driven, love game

(hook) : : crank the shaft, pump up the stick
inject me with uncontrollable movement

lets push this finite moment, too the maxim of time
my Speedometer is geared and running hot
physical contact at the speed of light
moving faster than too engines can move
burning up the light of the moon

(hook) : : crank the shaft, pump up the stick
inject me with uncontrollable movement

aka: lyricvixen ROCK/CROSSOVER

¸.•.. ¸.•..¸

Submitted: Sunday, March 29, 2009

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  • Is It Poetry (6/7/2009 7:41:00 AM)

    yes you are the bomb...iip
    i canna find a shelter...
    from the wicked, wanton day... (Report) Reply

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