Midnight Rendezvous…a young lover’s song

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MIDNIGHT RENDEZVOUS

Slipping down the driveway

After easing off the clutch

Trying not to make a sound

Hopin’ the dogs stay hushed.

Running with an open door

Steering wheel in hand.

Jumping in and firing her up

Going right as planned.

Anticipation building

As I see her up ahead.

Moonlight shines on golden hair

His lover dressed in red.

 

Midnight runnin’

Midnight rush.

Midnight rendezvous – Oh yeah!

Midnight kind of love.

A million stars are shining down

On two lovers who don’t see…

Midnight runnin’ rendezvous…

Midnight rush – for you and me.

 

Summer coming to close

What will two young lovers do?

The days they just flew by so fast

Now, fall is on the loom.

If they had only known back then

What they figured out just now.

College would be close to home

Not way down in the South.

 

Midnight runnin’

Midnight rush.

Midnight rendezvous – Oh yeah!

Midnight kind of love.

A million stars are shining down

On two lovers who don’t see…

Midnight runnin’ rendezvous…

Midnight rush – for you and me.

 

The Sun’s on the horizon

As he drops her at her gate.

Through tears, she kisses him one more time

Before it is too late.

As he drives away he’s thinking

About this life, he has ahead.

Then hits the brakes

And turns around

To hold her once again.

 

Midnight runnin’

Midnight rush.

Midnight rendezvous – Oh yeah!

Midnight kind of love.

A million stars are shining down

On two lovers who don’t see…

Midnight runnin’ rendezvous…

Midnight rush – for you and me.

Midnight runnin’

Midnight rush.

Midnight rendezvous – Oh yeah!

Midnight kind of love.

A million stars are shining down

On two lovers who don’t see…

Midnight runnin’ rendezvous…

Midnight rush – for you and me.

Midnight runnin’ rendezvous…

Midnight rush – for you and me.

Midnight runnin’ rendezvous…

Midnight rush – for you and me.

Author: What Words May Come

Hopeless romantic; joker; father and grandfather; husband; sportsman; part-time writer;

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