Treasure Island

Richard Davis SR.

(may 20th,1972 / Chicago, Illinios)

Valentine


Valentine oh Valentine

Ride with me on a wisp of fragile yet eternal hope
To the heaven we each keep inside our souls
And play with me a chorus to harmonize our love
For the Lord who resides in Eden above

Valentine, oh Valentine

Sing with me a tune never heard before
Pulling hallelujahs! ! From the haloed audiences lips
And make them cry with us in joy before our Lord
Making our life together the greatest reward

Valentine oh Valentine

The faces of angels and eyes of the Lord bore witness
To our song, our soul, our love, and our life
Showing them our love is our harmony of soul, body, and mind
And we can know after all is done, we left nothing behind

Valentine oh Valentine
You are my Valentine.

Submitted: Wednesday, February 11, 2009

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