Treasure Island

Erick Music

(March 27,1973 / Los Angeles)

Glass of Wine


A toast to you my sweet unknown, to the day when your identity will finally be shown, a toast to memories we will make, together our destiny we will take, in our hands for us to control, as we take our life’s stroll.

A toast to the life we will live, the family we will build and the uninhibited love to each other we will give.

A toast to the endless nights when the moon melts into the sun, and to our love that has begun, as we unearth all there is to know about each other so our love can truly grow.

A toast to the altar where we will kneel, the day when all becomes real, on that day you will truly be mine and we shall toast our first glass of loves wine.

Submitted: Monday, December 31, 2007

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