Bill Simmons


Red High Heels


I hear someone coming
I’ve heard that sound before
I can hear her high heels
Walking to my door

I believe it’s the devil
Coming now for me
Just one look into her eyes
And my whole world she’ll keep

There is no doubt about it
I’ve tried but I can’t fight it
Just one look into her eyes
And I can’t live without it

I can smell her fragrance
It’s coming through the door
I’m wishing she would go away
But wanting her even more

I hear her knock knock
And I let her in
It’s to late for my own sake
Again the devil wins

My moma tried to warn me
But I never thought it true
The devil sometimes makes it’s rounds
Wearing red high heel shoes

There is no doubt about it
I’ve tried but I can’t fight it
It’s to late I’ve looked in her eyes
Now I can’t live with out it.



Copyright 2007 Bill Simmons
AKA BillWilliamStar@aol.com

author: When Cannons Fire & The Kingdom

Submitted: Sunday, June 03, 2007
Edited: Saturday, March 05, 2011

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