Sing Me A Song

grackle singingSing Me A Song

Sing me a song of love everlasting and true
Sing me a song that says I love you

Sing me a song from beginning to end
Sing me a song holding on to my hand

Sing me a song about how you feel
Sing me a song, make sure it‘s real

Sing me a song straight from your heart
Sing me a song of new beginnings, a fresh start

Sing me a song to ease my pain
Sing me a song of lovers dancing in the rain

Sing me a song of fantasy and delight
Sing me a song about making love under the moon light

Sing me a song of dreams coming true
Sing me a song about me and you

Sing me a song that will heal the hearts scars
Sing me a song that will take us to the stars

Sing me a song under the full moon
Sing me a song and don’t worry about the tune

Sing me a song that will bring a tear to my eye
Sing me a song and you shall hear me sigh

Sing me a song of everlasting love
Sing me a song about what our dreams are made of

Sing me a song as your arms hold me tight
Sing me a song that takes us on a moon lit flight

Sing me a song as we tuck into bed
Sing me a song about the day we were wed

Sing me a song in a romantic fashion
Sing me a song about two lovers’ passion

Sing me a song about how we fell in love
Sing me a song about what you are thinking of

Sing a song as you have me under your spell
Sing me a song about your secrets, please do tell

Sing me a song of magic and light
Sing me a song as we settle in for the night

Sing me a song and I shall sing to you
Sing me a song about forever, me and you

Sing me a song now don‘t be a tease
Sing me a song please my love, pretty please

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2 thoughts on “Sing Me A Song

  1. I was told I was never a good singer. Yet at
    the shadows I serenaded my Greek darling lover.
    She told me a song would help her stand
    So I sung a song and held her hand.

    From The Eavesdropping Raven

    This was a pretty interesting poetry.
    Like it.

    K.W. Villa

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