Aldo Kraas

Rookie (July 15 1964 / Sao Paulo Brazil)

DOWLING SYMPHONY


And the sun fills the sky
And tomorrow will turn into today
The time for our friendship feels so right
You were dreaming the morning away
And the world will be a better place for us
Because all I want and need is your friendship
I will look in your eyes the next morning
And I will be able to see that you were dreaming with me
This place is a good place because you are here for me
And I know what we can accomplish together in our lives
The snow will come down once again and will cover the streets of Toronto
And in your bed you will be sleeping the morning away
While having that sweet dreams
God love will fill the air for us
And we will grab that love from the air
And we will plant that love inside of us
When the night arrives
We will be able to take a look through our bedroom window
And we will see the moon shining
But if God could give us some wings
We would be able to fly higher into the sky
Just like a bird
We might see again the lake someday
When it will be warm outside again
We will walk and explore the city again
That we live inand love so much
Lets keepthe friendship going
So don't let the friendship die
Because friends can open the door tothe world
And we shouldn't put our lives on hold
Because life doesn't wait for us

Submitted: Saturday, January 29, 2011
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