Treasure Island

Paola Elizabet Mateo

(Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic)

Till the Sun Rise

Can you keep me warm till the sun rise?
If you can think of me as a love you've never known
I want nothing more than to forget my vexing pain
Keep me warm till I've been burned by the sun
Hold me tight and tell me love's lasting
Let me keep you warm by the fire
Keep us warm by the sweet flames of ecstasy
Till the sun rise I need the sun light
Can you keep me warm till the sun rise?

Submitted: Thursday, December 10, 2009
Edited: Thursday, December 10, 2009
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