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SIGN YOUR NAME

Big party at the ballroom.
I saw you dancing with a shade of light.
If Caesar were here he would have lost his war.

Time for negotiation,
God knows what happens when you’re gone.
‘Cause it’s too late, the glass has fallen.

And when I told you my eyes followed you for a while,
you took my tremblin’ hand and said;
“Boy why don’t you come with me to my destination!”

In between the first kiss and the rest of the night,
you begged me to stop, made me promise to write,
this vow, before we could go on with our loving sensation.

(You said);
“Sign your name, in a corner of my heart.
Dance around in my head, like I’ve been dancing from the start.
It’s not a dead end, as long as we can see,
the sign of the name, there’s a place,
a place for you and me.”

That night in the ballroom.
I knew it had to be now or …never…
…before I was touched by the sight of an angel.

I can still recall every song they played,
and the games, with every movement we’ve made.
Every motion that brought us closer to a time of salvation.

“Sign your name, in a corner of my heart.
Dance around in my head, like you’ve been dancing from the start.
It’s not a dead end, as long as we can see,
the sign of the name, there’s a place,
a place for you and me.”

“Sign your name, in a corner of my heart.
Dance around in my head, like we’ve been dancing from the start.
It’s not a dead end, as long as we can see,
the sign of the name, there’s a place,
a place for you and me.”

“So please sign your name!”

Tonny de Rouw
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