So, stars may shine brightly as we lie in the night.
Sweet meadow grass sweeps, kissing our thighs
their shadows rustle and sigh in the night.
Your moonlit body moves like a lullaby,
unfolding before my eyes in the night.
Every touch lights me up like the 4th of July.
Every kiss, every breath gets me high in the night.
Yet, even consumed in the darkest of skies,
I can see through your lies in the night.
But for this moment, my pain; I will crucify,
all my sorrow left to die in the night.
Because these waves are too strong to deny
I let them crash over me, an endless supply in the night.
So soon the dawning skies will make you say goodbye,
I will lay in their creeping rays and cry for the night.