Gabriella Franco

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Middle Road[song] - Poem by Gabriella Franco

You say I'm an angel
I think you're a devil
You say I'm down to earth
Darling, I'm a rebel

Let me pull you down to my level
I know how to be a devil
We don't need the preacher or the rum
Let's find a happy medium

I'll take your horns, you take my halo
Then take my hand and don't let go
Walk with me, you in dark me in light
Let's go down the middle road tonight

I got my wings this time
I wont leave them behind
Don't chain me down, let me fly
I want the middle road tonight

You've got your whispers and lies
You won't leave them behind
Make it seem like it's all right
You take me down the middle road tonight

You think I would never
Because I'm just lacy
You think I'm so tame
Darling, I'm crazy

I let you pull me down to your level
You show me how to be a devil
I've got a fishing pole this time
Baby you're hooked, Devil, you're mine

Let me pull you up to my level
Now you're only half way devil
Did i mention I'm an angel?
Oh when an angel hooks a rebel...

I got my wings this time
I wont leave them behind
Don't chain me down, let me fly
I want the middle road tonight

You've got your whispers and lies
You won't leave them behind
Make it seem like it's all right
You take me down the middle road tonight

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Comments about Middle Road[song] by Gabriella Franco

  • (8/14/2006 8:41:00 PM)


    mmm that was llovely too
    it has a certain cheekiness to it...
    i like ;)
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Poem Submitted: Sunday, August 6, 2006

Poem Edited: Monday, August 23, 2010


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