"Share It With Me" as written by Andy Cousin, Mark Price, Julianne Regan and Marty Wilson-piper....
Madeleine hears the bohemians say
She's selfish and crazy
Which isn't so far from the truth
She's the essence of youth
The flower you place on eternity's grave
The romantic who isn't afraid
Of the beat of her heart
She raises a glass to your art
And when she gets drunk she says...

Oh, give me the autumn, give me the trees
Gather up everything I ever wanted
And give it me, please
Give me the ocean, give me the sea
Gather up everything I ever wanted
And share it with me

How many hearts are knocked down in the street?
How many poets are driven
To drink and to verse
By her singular eyes piercing out through a flight-path of
Rarified air
Where all the shiny black birds of the west
Make a rest in her hair?
She raises a glass to your love
And when she gets drunk she says...

And you ask where she comes from
And she tells you: "the earth"
Like the place that you come from
Is a whole different world
She says "life is a banquet
So why hang around
Catching crumbs from a table ?
Come share it with me"


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"Share It With Me" as written by Julianne Regan Andy Cousin

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