Treasure Island

Ezekiel Johnson

(Accra-Ghana)

Janice


I know a gentleman you know
whose eyes are on you
I know you know that I know
The things he says about you

He says he loves you
And that he deems no wrong
To fall in love with you
To sing you a love song

These words that follow
are from his patient heart
waiting for that tomorrow
when they'll will reach your heart

'Tell that pretty young lady
Of the songs I sing about her
Tell that pretty young lady
Of the love I have for her'

I am only a messenger
carrying this message of love
a humble and obedient messenger
waiting till you two fall in love

Submitted: Monday, April 02, 2007
Edited: Wednesday, February 09, 2011

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