"(Goin') Wild For You Baby" as written by and Tom/batteau Snow....
Struck by the moon, rising too soon
I feel a pain deep inside me
Cold northern wind, a fist in my chin
Makin' me wild for you baby

What can I do to get back to you
I'm feelin' desperate and lonely
The city's a river of cold misery
Makin' me wild for you baby

I'm down on my knees
Hear me cry for you baby
Cold misery
I would die for you baby
I pray you will see
These tears I cry

Nights I can't sleep, my tears are cheap
I'm losin' hold of my senses
I can't contain all of this pain
And it's makin' me wild for you baby

I'm down on my knees
Hear me cry for you baby
Cold misery
I would die for you baby
I pray you will see
These tears I cry

Makin' me wild for you baby
Goin' wild for you baby
Hear me cry
Hear me cry
For you baby


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"(Goin') Wild for You Baby" as written by Tom Snow David Hurst Batteau

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    General CommentDon’t expect me to tell all
    What is spontaneous when she speaks is the disappearance
    Strumming in frustration above the abyss
    From the first gray dawn of light
    It becomes apparent

    We were friends in a moment
    Illustration of love—first chance
    Illustration of love—second chance
    Illustration of love—immediately after the second chance
    Interlude between chances
    Which will make her remember where the springs vanished?
    Someone who spoke only of secret things
    Buried fire there
    When the branches were dry
    And the fear of life ready enough for the void
    Which opens this sky of ice
    This white ceiling
    (We have loved each other under this ceiling …)
    In the steps of the moon—I said yes
    And off I went


    [paraphrased]
    sillybunnyon September 09, 2006   Link

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