Beauteous Victory (Out Of This World USA)
How insightful must one be to figure out this riddle?
The heart is not so easy to convince
A war between two lovers
Emotions flooding with endless tears
Lonely yet lonelier
Is the girl who holds the golden pearl
A pearl that can only determine her destiny
This boy, who does he claim to be?
The mirror is full of explicit dreams
Explicit fantasies that don't occur to the human mind
A lover's perspective is seen through irrational eyes
Beauty is something that pleases the world
But what is beauty without fault?
And what is fault without beauty?
Questions that one should ask themselves.
Her heart is paradise
But he sees her from a million miles away
Knowing that he'll never belong to her
And she who is frantic as hell
Will never belong to him
The pink rose still blooms
In the midst of the midnight hour.
The naked body is nothing to be ashamed of
Do you feel your heart beating backwards?
A nervous moment in time
When all is covered in guilt
Tearing apart the pages of a really seductive book
Life is dirty like an old dish rag
The way she moves her body is contagious.
Men respond to her as if she is queen
Queen of everything that is forbidden
But only one boy tickles her fancy
You know who you are
Universal in every philosophical way
Do you look at the universe
The way you look at yourself?
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- And You Still Love Me
- Angels -new-
- Anything Is Possible
- As Desire Carries On...
- At Last A Rose
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