Daniel Chapman

Rookie (AUG 04 1982 / DETROIT)

Lets Make Love


Lets make love like its the very first time
Come closer and let me show you, what’s on my mind

As I wrap my arms around you and squeeze you tight
I feel the butterflies in your stomach deep in flight

I can feel your body shiver at my mere touch
As your breathing becomes heavy and very rough

We whisper sweetness in each other's ear
Relax cause as long as im here you have nothing to fear

Our body's sweats wetness of love
Its like fog fills the room from ceiling to rug

The smell of love essence fills the air
If anyone’s hear's us I don’t even care

The mood is right and with the lights down low
As your body heats up you begin to glow

I love the motion when our two bodies connect
If we had to vote a moment to keep, this is the one I elect

You rub my back so gracious and slow
Don’t hold back just let it flow

I love you so much my lucky clover
Our body's begin to shiver so its almost over

My heart is racing faster than a rang rover
Baby lets take a break so we can start all over

We don’t have to rush cause there’s no where to go
I want to spoil your body, Don’t say nothing cause I already know

Submitted: Sunday, December 10, 2006
Edited: Tuesday, December 07, 2010

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