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Albert Martin


Morning Dew


Morning Dew
Don't you let me see
The ship that's coming to me
To the place where I stand
I'll satisfy your demand
If you make my wish come true

If you make my wish come true
I will give my love to you
Hold me close
Morning Dew

Morning Dew
I'm a leaving tomorrow
To where I first stood on my feet
I'll be happy once there
But the journey's gonna drown me in sorrow
If I met you there
Please do nothing
Your presence will be all I need

If you make my wish come true
All my love will be for you
Hold me close
Morning Dew

Submitted: Tuesday, March 04, 2014
Edited: Friday, March 07, 2014

Topic of this poem: Love


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