Artist: Ron Pope
Song Title: Keep Me Warm

Central Park, right after dark, We are laughing, holding hands there in the grass. The summer sun, has just begun, To sing a lullabye to us, and it feels so good. You and me, we've got everything we need. I'm not seeking shelter from no God-forsaken storm, Just lay with me tonight and keep me warm. Freckles on your arms, I pretend they're stars, And find new constellations right beneath my hands. I don't know, where the next six months will go, But I'm sure sunrise tomorrow will be better than the one before. You and me, we've got everything we need. I'm not seeking shelter from no God-forsaken storm, Just lay with me tonight and keep me warm. Just lay with me tonight and keep me warm. I count my footsteps and the avenues as I get close to you; yes, I do. I can't ever seem to say quite what I really mean... You're beautiful and I'm not easy to please, So I will take the D train down from Harlem when you need me. You're beautiful and I'm not easy to please, So I will take the D train down from Harlem wh
en you need me. I'm not seeking shelter from no God-forsaken storm, Just lay with me tonight and keep me warm. Lay with me tonight and keep me warm. Won't you lay with me tonight and keep me warm?

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