Treasure Island

Ole Makau Samuel

(04 May 1993 / Nairobi)

So Into You

I'm so into you
Each moment we spend helps me through
A thoughtful gesture a gentle touch
Shows me love oh so much
A glimpsing wink of a gazing eye
Says it all no need asking why
I'm so into you
My heart is like a mirror shining through
Walking hand and hand
A never ending timeless sand
Smile so dear it reaches out
Telling a story of what its all about
I'm so into you
A happiness so very true
Tender touch reigns above all
Dizzy and heady when you are near
What was cloudy is now clear
I'm so into you
Let this miracle last ever through
Let's climb the mountains searching for
Our true love's soul till searching no more
Let's fly upon wings of song's flight
Keeping each other close in sight
I'm so into you
Each moment together we spend
Brings love to

Submitted: Friday, January 10, 2014
Edited: Saturday, January 11, 2014

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