Treasure Island

David DeAngelo


This Song, New Song


This song
New song
My song
Your song
A song
Our song
Sing

Sitting
Hoping
Waiting< br>Wishing
Living
Fleeting
Chance

If not
Why not
They're not
You're not
I'm not
Cannot
Live

Right here
This here
Look here
See here
I'm here
You’re here
Now

If you
Could you
Would you
Should you
Will you
Love you
Babe

A kiss
Mum's kiss
Friend's kiss
Love's kiss
French kiss
Our kiss
Best

When now
Soon now
Here now
Right now
Hey now
You're now
Here

Let's play
They'll play
I'll play
You play
All play
Please play
Please

Sometimes
All times
These times
Fast times
The times
Our times
Change

Crazy
Daisy
Mazy
Glazy
Hazy
Phasey
World

Submitted: Saturday, September 29, 2007
Edited: Tuesday, April 12, 2011

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