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Lyrics - Breathe Again

“Breathe Again” is a themed set of lyrics about dancing. The participants are submerged in the dance, only breaking away when the tune ends. That's my story and I'm sticking to it!


Breathe Again
Poem for Day 174 – 20150623

They say I ought to breathe again,
that's it necessary for life prolonged.
I'll not disagree with them,
but they don't know have you in their arms.

The world has shrunk to the two of us,
no room to be found in between,
baby Jesus has found another place
while we sustain on shared romance.

Would I breathe again if I could?
I'd not do any such thing,
not if it separated you from me.

I'll drown as only lovers can,
sweet nectar of the moment shared,
come up for air from that special place,
only to dive back down again.

We'll cut the rug way down low,
as I hold you closer than most.
We'll lose ourselves outside life,
to find something instead of breath.

Would I breathe again if I could?
I'd not do any such thing,
not if it separated you from me.

If I must take breath once again,
it will be the end of this bliss.
If I must breathe will I take my leave
that'll mean I will miss you once again.

Would I breathe again if I could?
I'd not do any such thing.
I'd stay submerged in your love
to keep you in my arms.

© 2015, Sean Green. All Rights Reserved.
Tags: dance, lyrics, poem, romance, sex
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