Chris Leermakers

(13/10/1974 / Melbourne, Australia)

The Beautiful One


She's The One
The One And Only
The Only One
To Give Me Glory
She's The One
The Crucial One
Make The Way
She'll Take All Day
She Dances
On A Pool Of Air
Going Places
From Here To There
Turning Suddenly
We Take The Wine
Tasting Openly
It Tastes Divine
The Cool Wind Thus
Comes In Quite Close
And Majesty
Just Seems The Most
Breathless Again

I Wonder Why
We Don't Say When
Just Specify
She's The One
The Magnificent One
Jumping Wildly
Having Fun
The One
The One And Only
Heaven Forbid
She Seems Quite Holy
Let Her Stay
Another Day
And Then Again
It's Up To Her
Why Make Fun
Of The Beautiful One
Who Sits And Drinks
In The Sun
Share With Me
And Be The One
Then Stay With Me
And We'll Both Run
Under The Sun
We're Having Fun
Because In The End
There's Only One…

Submitted: Monday, April 22, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, September 03, 2013

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Dedicated To And Inspired By My Beautiful Catherine.

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