Treasure Island

Mark Heathcote

(22/03/66 / Manchester)

By the river of contemplation


We sat by the river of contemplation
And girl you did whisper unto me
Like a summer breeze
All the secret's of your world to me
And I was so mesmerized
I unlearned how to breathe...
I unlearned all the reason's for being!
Being, being alone & afraid!

Yeah we sat by the river of contemplation
And slowly we sank into one subconscious...
Into one subconscious sea;
Sea of reflection...

And girl you did whisper unto me
Like a summer breeze
All the secret's of your world to me
Love we held the star's, and god held us
Love we held the star's, as the star, s held us
Subliminally, sublime! girl you were always mine

O' yeah I unlearned all the reason's for being
Being, being alone & afraid
I felt my anger & hate transformed into love
I felt the summer's burn in my blood
Burning with the knowledge of our love
As we sank into one subconscious...
Into one subconscious sea;
Sea of reflection...

O, yeah I unlearned all the reason's for being
Being, being alone & afraid
And girl you did whisper unto me
Like a summer breeze
All the secretes of your world to me
And I was so mesmerized
I unlearn how to breathe...
As we sank into one subconscious...
Into one subconscious sea;
Sea of reflection...

Girl just you and me
Love we held the star's, and God held us
Love we held the star's, and the star's held us
Subliminally, sublime! girl you were always mine.

Submitted: Thursday, February 16, 2012

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