Treasure Island

Pierre Rausch

(24.01.1982 / Luxembourg)

Amazon queen (The dialogue in between)


I hear a car in the entrance-way
When we strive and play
Any car in the entrance-way
The station, the airplane / let's start trade
Your suave carré, your rose-hip turquoise
It's the dialogue in between
A man, an alley home
When we sit in the entrance-way
Kittens purr inmorning clay(edelweiss alineation)
No crashes to report (open eyes, head hold high)

Your suavo square, your rose-hip turquoise
It's the dialogue we never had
Mama, where's the wand
Come back love
With guideline, under advise
Wakery-bakery
It's the dialogue in between

Niidem

Na stra voidje terra in sare te sterna all te
Niidem, Niidem

We haven't made up our room
Yet, we hadn't the niidem time
We haven't made up our room
Streets have been furnished, bells have been made
Revolve in skid row, pivoting revolt
We go around, bakery-bakery
The roads are nitric, we compromise
I feel when I feel there's someone,
Underneath her shoulder she got saved

Your suavo carré, your rosehip turquoise
It's the dialogue in between

Slightly lower
Your suavo carré, your rosehip turquoise
Service, service
Kid's voice:
Niidem, niidem

Submitted: Friday, August 09, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, August 28, 2013
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