Daniel Wittfoth

Rookie (January 8th,1966)

Like This With You - Poem by Daniel Wittfoth

Verse 1

Fifty miles in the middle of nowhere
parked on the side of some deserted road
Standing underneath the moon and stars
far beyond the reach
of that big city life

Verse 2

He takes off his leather jacket
wraps it 'round her trembling shoulders
Pulls her into his arms
the comfort and warmth
And she whispers
baby don't let this night end

Chorus

Just let me
be like this with you
'Cause I don't know about tomorrow
he's probably workin' overtime
Yeah, it hasn't always been heaven
but it's all I've known until now
Sometimes I don't want to go back
just let me
be like this with you

Verse 3

A star streaks across the sky
she closes her eyes-gently kisses him
Whispers to herself
get away-where ever he asks me to go
The other half telling herself
this is insane
but god-the way he makes me feel

Chorus

Just let me
be like this with you
'Cause I don't know about tomorrow
he's probably workin' overtime
Yeah, it hasn't always been heaven
but it's all I've known until now
Sometimes I don't want to go back
just let me
be like this with you

Bridge

Chorus

Just let me
be like this with you
'Cause I don't know about tomorrow
he's probably workin' overtime
Yeah, it hasn't always been heaven
but it's all I've known until now
Sometimes I don't want to go back
just let me
be like this with you....

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, October 11, 2006

Poem Edited: Friday, October 15, 2010


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