Edgar John Jackson

Rookie (25 de agosto de 1977 / Chitré - Herrera - Panamá)

That's how you get me


Come and read my mind
And you will find
The hidden desire
You only inspire
That’s how you get me.
Come and take my hand
And you’ll understand
How much I miss
To feel your kiss
That’s how you get me.

Just let me in
You won’t give in
This moment’s gonna last
It won’t be part of your past.

You’re gonna reach a star
No matter where you are
Hold me, and you’ll never be so far.

You will never want to leave
That’s what you’ll believe
That’s how you get me
That’s how you get me
That’s how you get me.

Dress your body with my skin
And taste the sweetest sin
That will always fence you in.

Make it last
Time ain’t fast
No mind and make me long
More and more than I did before
Doncha see? Don’t stop!
It will fall as a raindrop
Watering this love growing more….

This love
Does shine high above
Don’t think of
Ending this day
‘Cuz nothing will make it away….

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Submitted: Thursday, April 24, 2008

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