Treasure Island

Carlos Aragao

(10-17-1959 / Brazil)

Constellations


I will stop looking for you
Because I can't find you in a better place
Than here Inside me.

So I will just pretend
When I look at the stars
That you feel me
As much as I feel you

So I will just pretend
When the full moon arrive
That you here, on my side

And I will dream that the smile
That one...
That you have now
It's just for me.

I will dream about life and constellations
I will pretend you are mine tonight
So I can live all this emotions,
Forever and ever at my side...

Was that walk at the beach in the night?
Was that kiss in the moonlight?
Was that touch between our eyes?
Who can say what's wrong or right?

When I look at your smile...
I know everything should be just fine...
You touch me on my soul...
All the stars are just mine...

Submitted: Tuesday, February 04, 2014

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