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 Apple Martini and  You
Forbidden fruit I'd come to know
Sipped from a glass cherries in tow
Savored passion fruit and me all aglow

Green was the color served portion my drink
Green filled with envy someone there I would think
Felt as I had you all to myself
You who I'd meet and heart mine you'd melt

And like the green pool I swirled in my glass
Remove what I felt of love failed and my past
Just one Martini, Apple in flavor
Gave me that evening a moment to savor

A part of you as we sat and were served
Desert were the lips both yours mine reserved

Sweet was the drink but sweeter were lips
A Christmas gift early my soul you'd uplift
To higher ground, where I came to know
Could just be the place, wish I could calll home

Must be the drink or was it my heart
That felt that an Angel took time and played part
With one lonely soul who needed to feel
An Angel from Heaven I could find and heart's steal

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Yo bartender! Keep them coming, I needed this! Make it quick before she flys away. Hiccup!

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