Opening of a Kiss! Sonata!
The Prelude in Ré Maior
the sound of a Kiss
depends of your bliss
that starts of my lips
you stand in awe for me?
bound on your knees?
Breaking a Chords!
daring a little more
the sound of my hands
Oh! Playing your strings
you heard that last night
the move fluent and fast
Quick ropes now!
My sounds are infinity
they Drip - Found your tips
smash your ears
now is a hit.
Sit, my Darling
relax your legs and body
open yourself for the sound
the sonorous waves
that entangle us
Playing upon, the Music
So sweet hover under us
Are you asking?
what is a sound of my kiss?
Oh! My Love is
mysmooch bliss! ! ! !
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