Treasure Island

Messaoud Allalouche


Girl Of The Night


Stars shining from the night of the moon
The darkness of the night
Iam thinking all the time
The cold wind moves every thing on the ground
She is coming, she is similing
She is walking like a queen of the night
The moon disappears beyond the clouds
Her face, her eyes, her hair
The rain, the fog, the sound of the wind
She is staying beside me
Her perfume wakes my feelings
The silence of the night
A shooting star crossing the sky
So Iam staying alone all the night
Hey, girl come don't be shy don't disappear
Don't leave...I need you
I love you girl of the night

Submitted: Sunday, August 11, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, September 03, 2013

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