Treasure Island

Raouf Reda

(03/07/1983 / Egypt)

Your last dance with me


I can see you sparkling like a diamond between the guys.
With your beauty you capture the madness from the wise

Darling enjoy laugh & dance, I will let you free
I’ll be waiting, so save your last dance for me

I love you & I want to see you happy
But still jealousy is hurting me badly

So I’ll stay away till my love you can see
Then you’ll have your last dance with me

I can see the guy is flirting with you
While you are telling him “I miss you”

I’ll go away because jealousy is driving me crazy
But always remember to save your last dance for me

Submitted: Tuesday, September 01, 2009
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  • Mark Nwagwu (9/1/2009 11:33:00 AM)

    i love this sort of Love that's so free and so engaging, not forced upon the loved one giving her room to breathe, to come to feel the rousing pulse of love. - save the last dance for me, that's what counts. This is beautiful. (Report) Reply

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