Ruth warren (5/4/1973 / LONDON)
Tell Me Baby
Can you see me, as I dream of
you tonight? Can you feel my breath
as it passes my lips, can you feel
the movement of my hips?
Can you feel the heat within my sigh,
can you feel my love tonight?
Come closer, look into my eyes,
can you really tell me, that you don't
want me? Come closer, can you hear
my heart, as it cries out for you,
can you feel it's heavy beating,
baby, that beating is just for you.
Come to me, take my hand as
I reach for you, take my hand in
yours. Press your lips gently
against mine, do you feel my kiss,
do you feel my hunger, as it is you
that I miss.
Take me in your loving arms,
hold me close, it is these memories
that my heart will not let go.
I have longed to touch you sweetheart,
I have been wanting your kiss,
your body next to mine, I do miss.
How long must my body ache for your
touch, how many days must pass,
how many nights must I lie here and
wait? Do you need me as I need you,
is your thirst for love as great as
mine, such agony is this thing called
Does the heat rise with thoughts of me,
is it me that you dream of, pleasing
thee? Is it my lips in which you need,
is it my hunger that you so desire to feed?
Will our passion ever scream unto the night,
will our two souls ever take that flight?
Come to me baby, let the love begin,
let your heart collide with mine,
let me take you in. Look into these
baby blues, it is there you will see me
needing you. These hot nights with
just thoughts of thee, tell me baby,
are your thoughts of me?
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