"A Kiss from an Old Flame" as written by and Thomas Sean Mackowiak Jonathan Donahue....
With a wink from a starlet's eye a string of pearls come to life
Who knows what black and crazy thoughts swim inside a girlfriend's heart
No brighter jewel is there above than the gem of a girl still in love
Below the horizon the last crown jewel pales among the stars at noon

When out of the blue a rainbow rockets through
A kiss from an old flame A trip to the moon
Endlessly falling my way downtown someone to throw both arms around
Who knows what black and crazy names swim around inside her brain

Adrift across the silver screen just imagine you and me
Our strolling make-believe ballroom glides set the rainbow room afire
Off into the starlit night two fools rush in you and I
Feel the rough hand close behind above the Heaven's Open wide...


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