|SUMMER DANCE, WINTER TEARS|
|Warm Summer evening, no cars,
Dancing in the street
Under a million shimming stars
Two young people collide and meet.
|We danced all night
As the chemistry grew
This period of time was our plight
Of this our Souls surely knew.
|We met again in daylight
Deep dark eyes peered thru to my Heart
Firey volcanic heat
Raising my pulse to rhythmic beat.
|Deep kisses drew Breath from my Lungs
Lightning flashing in clear blue skies
Only enhanced two Lovers ties
Feeling as if all Stars in the Heavens sung!
|Sizzling summer days
Strolling the sandy beach
Oh so young and eager
For whatever Life had to Teach.
|Till Friday evenings we could hardly wait
Joining others cruising the Town
In a Shiny Red Convertible
With the canvas top down.
|If only we'd listened to the Words
The Gypsy had sung in her Song!
If only we'd fled to that farther Place
The Good Times might not have
Turned so Wrong!
|Come Winters first Snow
It came to a Conclusion
He left this Broken Heart
Filled with much Confusion!
|I shed Winter tears
When it was all done
Now I know I should have smiled,
Celebrating we'd HAD that summer
Yes, just ONE!
|Written by J. Z. Porter (c) 2001
All Rights Reserved
|Midi: For the Good Times|