Gene Gamble

Rookie (June 26,1960 / Rochester, Indiana USA)

Your magic’s work’n on me Poem by Gene Gamble


You know darling,
So full of missing you right now
I just had to fill up my eyes with your beauty today
So I could make it thru somehow
Oh it’s a cry’n shame
For both of our hearts to have to bleed
Oh you not in my arms
And me not to be graced by your needs

I should be holding you, right now
Getting lost in your ecstasy
I should be loving you, right now
Kissing you, oh so passionately
Oh woman, your magic’s work’n on me

You know darling,
You’re always on my mind
Tug’n on my ole heart strings
To hear your voice on the telephone
Oh what happiness that brings
I’m hoping and I’m pray’n
You’re feeling the same way too
Oh woman, I think I’ve fallen for you

I should be holding you, right now
Getting lost in your ecstasy
I should be loving you, right now
Kissing you, oh so passionately
Oh woman, your magic’s work’n on me

I should be holding you, right now
Getting lost in your ecstasy
I should be loving you, right now
Kissing you, oh so passionately
Oh woman, your magic’s work’n on me

Oh woman, your magic’s work’n on me

Song Lyric's ~ Words & Music © Gene Gamble/Two-G’s Music 1997

Submitted: Monday, January 26, 2009
Edited: Monday, January 26, 2009

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