Crime Pays

Shadows of Two

A midnight rendezvous

Tempo Timone’s song

Shadows Of Two

Shadows of Two in the darkness
grasping at each others shadows in the night
they entwine together becoming one
Slowly folding and vanishing at any sign of light

I want to see your face as you hide in those dark confines
You sneak away at dawn and leave nothing behind
I wish to see your body before you leave
but you don’t give me a clue to help me find

The shadows of you is all I have seen
The shadows of you is all there has been
If we are to have a relationship I need to get
a real woman not just a silhouette

Shadows of Two in the darkness
grasping at each others shadows in the night
they entwine together becoming one
Slowly folding and vanishing at any sign of light

You come at sunset clothed completely in black
You veil your face and only show the skin of your back
As the moon begins to rise the more you reveal
Yet darkness abounds and still the beauty of your face I lack

The shadows of you is all I have seen
The shadows of you is all there has been
If we are to have a relationship I need to get
a real woman not just a silhouette

Shadows of Two in the darkness
grasping at each others shadows in the night
they entwine together becoming one
Slowly folding and vanishing at any sign of light

I am jealous and I want to have it all
I want a mystery and I want you known
I am curious and I want to have it all
I want you all day and night as my own

So next day when the sun rises before you part
I will lock the door and hide the key by my heart
So I may see your face before you have gone
So our love we may finally start

The shadows of you is all I have seen
The shadows of you is all there has been
If we are to have a relationship I need to get
a real woman not just a silhouette

Shadows of Two in the darkness
grasping at each others shadows in the night
they entwine together becoming one
Slowly folding and vanishing at any sign of light

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