Treasure Island

xx charmer xx

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Wings


Grasp my shoulders
And hold on tight
Let me take you
On an endless flight

Do you ever take a chance?
Do you ever wish to believe?
Do you ever with that you could just leave?

Get out of this world
And just fly high
Above the trees
Up into the sky

So just sit back
And close your eyes
I’ll take your pain, your burden
I’ll silence your cries

The higher we soar
The more and more
Problems disipear
Gone with-in a year.
As we climb higher
We put out that fire
And get lost together
Forever and ever

Just reach out with our hand
Call out my name
And look at the stars
Cause I will come and take away your pain

Through thick and thin
You’re more than a friend
I promise I’ll wait for u
Till the very end

Submitted: Tuesday, January 29, 2008
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