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Remember the house we built in a dream
By the sky and the misty sea?
I went there tonight on a lonely moonbeam
For at last I found I was free.

Dry your tears Danielle, do not fear Danielle
In the garden of your dreams I do belong,
Turn around Danielle, you have found Danielle
I am in the sound of every lovers song.

And if I told you I thought you were beautiful
That there was star shine in your heavenly eyes
Would you cry
With me?

Christ what a loss, you died on a cross
So the world and his wife could be saved,
Christ all that pain and you suffered in vain
For the world and his wife are depraved.

I’m not too comfortable in the here and now,
Because I don’t belong in this space,
I’d like to go back if I only knew how
Someone else can have my place.

If only I could come to your land
I know I'll find you waiting
anticipating …

The plains of Africa are soaked with blood
As machetes rise and fall … cutting off life.
Tribesman kills tribesman brother kills brother
And the slaughter continues beneath the sun.

she sits astride my body moist and hot
her eyes aglow with only she knows what,
upon my neck marks made by her with love
and on her hand she wears this velvet glove.

A cricket and a cockroach
Were necking in a drain,
When suddenly the cricket cried:
'Someone has pulled the chain.'

you appeared surrounded by ecstatic worshippers
like an orgiastic goddess in search of a kingdom,
and when i saw you my reason flew out as a bird
so that stripped of my armour my insanity was revealed.

Sleepily she looks at me
With love lustrous eyes
Skin damp and glistening
Breasts rising and falling

Walking along the beach
Scratching a stick in the sand,
Everyone's out of reach
Won't somebody hold my hand?

Is this a silly question, am I being naïve
But where has the love gone
And when did it leave?

Exquisite and evocative images sneak into my mind
Washing over my thoughts like waves breaking upon the shore,
Sliding through my mind like oil across glass
Before fading into nothing but a memory


So upon the return of the sky people
When the stars have fallen from heaven


She gazed in my eyes, on the bridge of sighs;
in Venice, we fell in love.
It was our last chance to find romance...
but the next day, we said our goodbyes.

Perhaps he might have loved with more passion
And lived more dangerously than he does now,
If he’d remembered youth was a passing fad.

At last my love a chance to write
Though I've thought of you every day,
The sun has set but the moon is bright
It's as well for I've much to say.

I often strayed to the south side of town
Though mother would die if she knew,
For the life I've led, is so pure and well bred
That I'm too good to be true.

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Angel Eyes

Remember the house we built in a dream
By the sky and the misty sea?
I went there tonight on a lonely moonbeam
For at last I found I was free.

You waited for me on the virgin sand
In the shadow of the threatening skies,
You came to me and touched my hand
And I called you angel eyes.

We stood holding hands on that lonely shore
Like phantoms in the dark black night,
Then you touched my lips and I wanted more
And my being was bathed in your light.

You smiled at me while the wind whipped your hair
And you saw through my childish disguise,
For at that moment even my heart was bare
And I called you angel eyes.

The touch of your hand was like poetry
My flesh was burnt by your fire,
When you spoke your voice was a symphony
And my soul cried out with desire.

I touched you and you touched me
The winter wind echoed our sighs,
For we both knew that this had to be
And I called you angel eyes.

The rain came then like large wet tears
And we turned our faces to the sky,
I prayed the rain would drown my fears
For in time we'd be saying goodbye.

We left the beach for the house on the hill
For now there would be no goodbyes,
As we entered the door my heart stood still
And I called you angel eyes.

The room with the fire and rugs was there
Remember the plans that we made?
Then all at once I knew we'd share
For you looked at me unafraid.

For the very first time I kissed your lips
And you knew when you heard my cries,
You soothed my pain with your fingertips
And I called you angel eyes.

When I released you the fire was dead
But our love was alive and well,
And as we lay with the floor our bed
The healing rain still fell.

Then we left and went back to the sand
And sat watching a morbid moon rise,
I turned to you and kissed your hand
And I called you angel eyes.

The sea was calm and the wind was still
The stars above were now clear,
But in my heart there lingered the chill
Leaving you was my only fear.

Remember the house we built in a dream
The house with no goodbyes?
Our home on the hill is only a dream
As are you my angel eyes.

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