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Heart and Soul ©

Anne Dickson
Irvine, Scotland
2006

Once upon a moonlight gleam,
I sailed away into a dream.
Lost myself in your embrace,
woke up in a brighter place.

You're the reason I'm awake,
blessing every breath I take.
Fill my heart with sweetest pain,
shelter me from wind and rain.

Walk through fire and flood for you,
cherish everything you do.
Sweetest rose you bloom for me,
lift me up and set me free.

You opened like a book to me
and bared your soul that I might see,
the beauty kept inside your heart
that haunts me so, when we're apart.

Don't be sad and don't you cry,
you made my heart learn to fly.
Lift your heart upon a wing
you taught my lonely soul to sing.



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