Treasure Island

Electric Lady

(Sacramento, California)

Love Is A Drug

You know you belong to me
You are the only one allowed on my cloud
From heaven and beyond
The magic is made of pearls
Shiny illustrious pearls
I want you to see the beauty of who I am
I know who you are
You are my angel
No longer in disguise
My cloud is your cloud
As the sky becomes the sky
Happiness comes around
When all is driven to love
For love is a spiritual need
My spirit lies deep within me
And you are a part of my spirit
Forever until forever is gone.

Submitted: Sunday, August 24, 2014

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  • Amitava Sur (8/25/2014 9:02:00 AM)

    Love can do miracle, love is certainly a magic

    My spirit lies deep within me
    And you are a part of my spirit .... very true. (Report) Reply

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