"Heaven’s Happy Hemisphere" as written by and William Nelson....
Half asleep in snow bound city,
It’s Sunday halfway round the world.
I can’t believe these moments happen,
I taste the oyster and the pearl.

The smell of female on my fingers.
The sound of someone breathing in my ear.
God inflames the tongues of lovers
Here in Heaven’s Hemisphere.

Half awake in half lit mirror,
Heartbeat hero has the scars.
Yielding to her warm embraces,
I hear the sound of soft guitars.

The smell of female on my fingers.
The sound of someone breathing in my ear.
God inflames the tongues of lovers
Here in Heaven’s Hemisphere.

Something lost as I recovered,
A paradise is twice regained.
Bless our lady of the flowers,
We two are one eternal flame.

The smell of female on my fingers.
The sound of someone breathing in my ear.
God inflames the tongues of lovers
Here in Heaven’s Hemisphere.



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    General CommentBeautiful song by a genius that not many know about. It's clearly a love song.
    MrLongroveon September 24, 2006   Link

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