"A Lifetime in Heat" as written by and Kevin May....
Europe’s always been real good to me
she's always been forthwith with girls with pretty feet
I spent four years in Tuscany
a month in Bonn and twelve in Crete
I spent myself trying to find your feet
and it felt like a lifetime in heat.

I've never held any love for America
but you kissed her shores and somehow she held onto ya
Well I bet you met someone with perfect teeth
and you loved his loins until your last heartbeat
while I, I spent myself trying to find your feet
and it felt like a lifetime in heat.

So many parts of you to love
still there's a part of you above
my hands fit you like a glove
kiss you there and hear you cry my love.

Come sit with me and take off your shoes
treat love like a game and you will never lose
just one true love, or so we're told
well I love you true love but others just so
yes I've made my bed and I've spent my gold
on what felt like a lifetime in heat
yes it felt like a lifetime in heat


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