"Venus" as written by Francesco Contadini and Cristiano Norbedo....
Hey, Venus, oh, Venus
Venus, if you will
Please send a little girl for me to thrill
A girl who wants my kisses and my arms
A girl with all the charms of you

Venus, make her fair
A lovely girl with sunlight in her hair
And take the brightest stars up in the skies
And place them in her eyes for me

Venus, goddess of love that you are
Surely the things I ask
Can't be too great a task

Venus, if you do
I promise that I always will be true
I'll give her all the love I have to give
As long as we both shall live

Venus, goddess of love that you are
Surely the things I ask
Can't be too great a task

Venus, if you do
I promise that I always will be true
I'll give her all the love I have to give
As long as we both shall live

Hey, Venus, oh, Venus
Make my wish come true


Lyrics submitted by Pharmaecopia

"Venus" as written by Edward Marshall

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    General CommentOld school for sure. Good song. Quite original in it's time
    convinceon January 15, 2009   Link
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    General CommentThis is such a heartfelt and touching song. I love it! To me this song is about a lonely and sweet guy looking for a lonely and sweet girl, or the right girl to love, so they both won't be lonely and unloved anymore. He wants someone to share the world with and to care for, so he calls on Venus--THE GODDESS OF LOVE. He is asking Venus to help him find this dream girl, and if Venus fufilles this dear wish of his, he will promise to always love her. He promises he will give her all the love see deserves and he will care for her forevermore. THIS IS ABOUT HOPING TO FIND TRUE LOVE!
    OneNOnlyNatieon June 11, 2010   Link

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