Treasure Island

Maria Luisa Taylor

(Madrid, Spain)

Dance dance dance


Dance in the moon light with,
All the stars in sight
Dance to the smiles
Dance in the shadows my love
Dance dance dance.

You may think I'm crazy
I'd dance in the moonlight
I'll dance when I want to
Please let me dance
Dance dance dance

Dancer take my hand to your,
Hand
I need to dance
Close your blue eyes,
Hold me in your arms and,
Dance dance dance.

Submitted: Monday, April 20, 2009

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  • Sylva Portoian (12/1/2011 4:42:00 AM)

    Simple words
    But hearty...
    Rings and rings
    To repeat Dance
    Dance DD
    Simplicity is beauty
    Not every one can paint...
    Maria you painted it
    And eternally...

    Sylva (Report) Reply

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