Treasure Island

Contessa van den Berg


Music, Dancing & Passion


Come dance and feel the music flow through you.
It caresses you and heightens your senses.
The sensual moves touch your soul.

How exciting is this dance of passion?
Feel the tingle in your body,
it's the music making love to your senses.

Your breath becomes rapid,
your body moves faster to the beat
and your heart starts pounding in your chest.

The dance is like a great lover,
it knows how to touch you,
and it knows what your soul needs.

Come dance and feel the music,
let the music flow through you.

Come dance and let the music ignite your passion.

Submitted: Tuesday, March 28, 2006

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