Treasure Island

Gaylord Munemo

(20 May 1991 / Masvingo)

Lets make a baby


Lets make a baby,
Please come along my love,
The walls can testify,
The room is empty,
Your womb so calling,
Shall i be the farmer,
My seed shall mightly grow,
Yes lets make a baby

My bed is so soft,
Like rose petals are my sheets,
Come along my love,
To regret you will never,
My heart calls for you,
Answer with passion please,
Yes lets make a baby

In the day or in the night,
The choice in your palm,
Descretion to you,
Autonomy is yours,
Yes lets make a baby

In the kitchen or in the lounge,
Spare our bedroom,
For we want it unique,
Lets make history my love,
There comes your boy,
Maybe a girl i assume,
Come along my love
Lets make a baby

Submitted: Friday, February 24, 2012
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