Phineas Molale

Rookie - 0 Points (1986-28-05 / Soweto-White City)

Love Was Made For You And Me!


You've got my eyes, you see where I'm heading
I'm away, a million miles, yet I'm standing
Here with you reminiscing your soft tender touch
Blurry but bright stars in your eyes rises like a moon when your face faces down
When I slowly touch your chin and lift your head to see the truth in your eyes
Full moon, silent!

Noon fades, darkness revive then appears the moon
Birds takes a break and stirs at the sky without a sound
Lay warm on their nests making silent rehearsal for dawn
And I Waking up to sweet classic melodies of accappellas
Singing along as the moon descends to bring sunshine for a new day
Love was made for you and me

Though the truth might be denied without a lie being told
As long as the moon still rise at night
As long as the stars still shine upon the earth
As long as the birds still sings at dawn
As long as I still wake up to see the sunrise
Then with no doubt I believe
Love was made for you and me

Submitted: Friday, April 06, 2012
Edited: Friday, April 06, 2012

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