I embrace dawn's early light with a view i've never known
For its the morning after
Shades of crimson adorn the horizon
Seems like the cold fronts come and gone,
So I was glad when you came along
For you possess the right vibration

agua deeper, deeper you got me swimming in a your love river
agua deeper, deeper Pandora's box is open for my pleasure

I succumb to a gentle sleep
For love's union makes me weak
And it’s he evening after
I found peace in our encounter
Surpressed emotions much too long,
So I was glad when you came along
For you possess the right vibration

You have no idea...no, no idea
Yeah what you're doing to me

agua deeper, deeper you got me swimming in a your love river
agua deeper, deeper Pandora's box is open for my pleasure

Nuff guys want you since came pon di scene
I feel so lucky that you choose me
So I dedicate my life to make you happy
Like a mermaid you're gonna swim in ecstasy

Loneliness has come and went
Now my life makes much more sense
I see my reflections after I found truth has finally found me
Surpressed emotions for so long
So I was glad when you came along
For you possess the right vibration

You have no idea...no, no idea
Yeah what you're doing to me
Surpressed emotions much too long,
So I was glad when you came along
For you possess the right vibration

agua deeper, deeper you got me swimming in a your love river
agua deeper, deeper Pandora's box is open for my pleasure

agua put your arms around my shoulder
agua you feel the pleasure SQUEEZE me tighter
agua in-a-mi arms you can sense the danger
You're making love to a true born Ragga


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    So, he had a one night stand, and how he is falling for the girl?

    That's pretty killer.

    kaleidoscopeeyes8on May 24, 2005   Link

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