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We danced a waltz quite naked
In that warm summer's night
Body moulding tight to body
Under softest lunar light
Each movement to the music
Sending signals saying soon
We will each enjoy the other
Beneath this hunter's moon
Heart is beating faster
Whole being is on fire
And in the rightness of the music
I cannot conceal my great desire

We danced a waltz quite naked
Later on that summer's night
Dawn would soon be breaking
Covering us with morning light
The dawn chorus bird song
Like a dessert to that feast
Of fulfilled needs and desires
In the two backed beast
Each movement to the music
Telling each all was fine
I thank you for your body
Freely given as I gave mine

We danced a waltz quite naked
Two very special friends
Each sadly aware that soon
Night was coming to its end
Every movement of a body
Preparation for the ache
When that dance finished
With that parting break
With that final embrace
With the risen sun
With a clasp of two hands
The dancing was all done

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