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I was in a crimson velvet gown
And to the castle tower you came 'round
There we had the time and chance
To hold each other in arms and dance

You in your forest green suit
Gliding with me at last mute
Here in a room above the kingdom
Such a love, where did he come from

Dance, a prelude to lust
My knight, my king I trust
Feel my hair brush your arms
Breathe in all my womanly charms

Kiss me deep by this stone wall
We're all alone, give me your all
Run your hands up to my bare leg
Here I'm your lady, you don't have to beg

Behind this locked door
We give so much more
In this castle tower
Life's lust gives us power

To look with our eyes
And see love's surprise
Warm touch with those hands
Want from that knight man

Who loves me away
In this tower someday
To get the reward he deserves
From a lady who serves

Up excitement and fun
In her castle tower where the job gets done
Other knights knock on her door
That Earthking's the one who makes her heart soar

In that place between heaven and Earth
That gives her strength and all it's worth
It makes her smile
Stayed with her a long while

And Hamlet was a crazy, clever soul
I think of you in his role
However, I would change the end
That Hamlet and Ophelia their love they spend

As though a great wealth bestowed on each other
A richness from which you don't want to recover
Where there is time for leather and velvets and laces
Locked in that castle tower with all of it's graces

My King, my knight
To you I love to write
Tragedy, fantasy, comedy
It always means the world to me.

11/4/1996 1310 cj

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