If you were a beach Copyright 5/24/97 by Dan Sharpe.
|I long to hold you in my arms, |
to caress you and sigh my sweet devotion.
|If you were a beach I'd be the ocean,|
each wave would be a gentle caress.
|I'd envelope and cover you with wet kisses,|
and leave behind treasures for your eyes.
|My words like shells would speak colors bright,|
and would bring you calm in the moonlit night.
|If you were a beach I'd be the sea,|
and no one could seperate you and me.
|We'd be together, thought of as one,|
and I'd live to enfold you till life was done.
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