"White Lace and Strange" as written by and Christopher Bond....
White Christmas soft in the doorway,
Chaunaka ceiling a touch to me,
Wanting to to stage us for one day
Some strange sensation I feel when I see

White lace and strange with light eyes looking through me,
Pondering of fantasies of love within our minds,
White lace and strange with light eyes looking through me,
Pondering of fantasies of love within our minds,

Burning in a factory of fear running all the time.
Deep crimson lips calling to me.
Feeling so weak and tasting so fine.
Making sweet love in the morning.
When its time you must go.
Once again I sing.

White lace and strange with light eyes looking through me,
Pondering of fantasies of love within our minds,
White lace and strange with light eyes looking through me,
Pondering of fantasies of love within our minds,

Burning in a factory of fear running all the time.
White lace and strange with light eyes looking through me,
Pondering of fantasies of love within our minds,
White lace and strange with light eyes looking through me,
Pondering of fantasies of love within our minds,

Burning in a factory of fear running all the time.
Deep crimson lips calling to me.
Feeling so weak and tasting so fine.
Making sweet love in the morning.
When its time you must go.
Once again I sing.

White lace and strange with light eyes looking through me,
Pondering of fantasies of love within our minds,
White lace and strange with light eyes looking through me,
Pondering of fantasies of love within our minds,
Burning in a factory of fear running all the time.All the time.


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"White Lace & Strange" as written by Christopher Bond

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