Treasure Island

Amie Farrier


Glad I Found Your Love


I sit here and talk to the ocean with a cool northern breeze
my thoughts are for the one i love, the one i'll never leave

The golden sand beneath me the waves around my feet
I think of the problem before us, a problem i know we can beat

The tide begins to rise elevating with my love
please dont fly away from me my snow white turtle dove

The tide has now departed my soul is swept away
please remember darling i love you more and more each day

I say goodbye to the ocean as the nightime creeps around
just like your hand around my heart your love i'm glad i've found

Submitted: Saturday, May 14, 2005

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