"Song of Solomon" as written by R. Anthony Smith, David Louis Tolliver and Chad Warrix....
You are altogether beautiful
Oh girl companion of mine
And there is no defect in you
There is no defect in you
With me from lebanon my bride
With me from lebanon, may you come
May you descend from the top
From the top of anti-lebanon
From the top of samir
Or even hermon
From the lairs of lions
From the mouths of leopards
You have made my heart beat
Oh my sister, my bride
You have made my heart beat
By one of your eyes
By just one pendant of your necklace
Open to me, oh my sister, my girl companion
For my head is filled with the dew
The locks of my hair with the drops of the night
I've put off my robe, how can I put it back on
I've washed my feet, how can I soil them
I am asleep, but my heart is awake
To the sound of knocking, my dear one knocking
My dove, my blameless one
Until the day breathes and the shadows have fled


She'll go my way to the mountain of myrrh
To the hill of frankincense



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"Song Of Solomon" as written by David Louis Tolliver R. Anthony Smith

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