Treasure Island

Cena Rose

(Maybe Tomorrow I'll be gone)

I'll teach you how to dance with me


Dance with me
My lovely rose
For today is my last chance

Dance for me
And swing me far
I'll never be coming back

And watch as the floor turns
And the people blur all out
And the dance floor turns out empty
With just me and my lovely rose

Push your heart to the limit
And as your breath begins to fade
Remember to push harder
For today is my last chance

I'm showing you to dance
To dance without a floor
To dance with just my words
Trust me, its the only way to dance

Take my hands
They'll guide you
Trust me
Don't lead

Take my love
It'll show you
The way
Don't look

Take my hips
They'll sway for you
And walk
Don't move

Take my breath
It'll give you
More strength
Don't breathe

Now, Take the dance
And go with it
For today is my last chance.

Submitted: Tuesday, June 17, 2008

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