Brian Hinckley

Rookie (07-30-81 / Buffalo, New York)

I'm Yours


You give a feeling that burns the wrong way
burning in heart and mind
I was true with all I said
I'm yours
I'm yours
I'm yours tonight
and every night

Your body haunts my dreams
leaving imprints in my brain
I want to call you and whisper in your ear
I'm yours
I'm yours
I'm yours tonight
and whenever you want

Drive me crazy with a smile
drive me crazy with a smile
DRIVE me crazy with a smile
you drive me crazy
I'm yours

Let the moon swallow the sun
and the darkness blanket the earth
Don't let the sadness take you
I'm yours
I'm yours
I'm yours tonight
and all the tomorrows

Submitted: Wednesday, November 11, 2009

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