Take me I’m Yours~

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Photo: dievca, J Crew packaging

dievca received a package from J. Crew and the packing tape had some “phrases” printed on it.  This one made her laugh and think of Master.  Then she had a flashback about listening to SQUEEZE “Singles – 45’s and Under”. The lyrics apply to Master, too  A little something to wake up your Sunday. XO

I’ve come across the desert
To greet you with a smile
My camel looks so tired
It’s hardly worth my while
To tell you of my travels
Across the golden East
I see your preparations
Invite me first to feast

Take me I’m yours
Because dreams are made of this
Forever there’ll be
A heaven in your kiss

Amusing belly dancers
Distract me from my wine
Across Tibetian mountains
Are memories of mine
I’ve stood some ghostly moments
With natives in the hills
Recorded here on paper
My chills and thrills and spills

It’s really been some welcome
You never seem to change
A grape to tempt your leisure
Romantic gestures strange
My eagle flies tomorrow
It’s a game I treasure dear
To seek the helpless future
My love at last I’m here

Written by Christopher Henry Difford, Glenn Martin Tilbrook • Copyright © Universal Music Publishing Group

4 Comments on “Take me I’m Yours~”

  1. Pelelotus says:

    The gift that keeps on giving. X

  2. Ret MP says:

    good morning, d. I took a walk the other day around 5pm and saw many doorsteps with Amazon packages. Just sitting there, waiting for the owner to scoop them up. Safe as can be. Good to see that trust in delivery systems. I feel strongly that the mall experience will disappear. Next the grocery (that makes me a little sad) but truly, fewer big parking lots, more time outside playing and adventuring and less time pushing around a cart in a big building under fluorescent lighting. Cheers- enjoy your treasures. – Ret

    • dievca says:

      I haven’t been to a mall in….years. Not really any in NYC. But, I do go to SoHo, etc. Feeling the fabric, smelling the bread is replaceable – but sad when you lose that “touch”. Good point about Amazon. Shopping as a social activity – gone.


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