Blissing Me

  • All of my mouth was kissing him
    Now, into the air, I am missing him
    Is this excess texting a blessing?
    Two music nerds obsessing

    He reminds me of the love in me
    I'm celebrating on a vibrancy
    Sending each other MP3s
    Falling in love to a song

    This handsomest of wickermen
    He asked if I could wait for him
    Now, how many lightyears this interim
    While I fall in love with his songs?

    His hands are good in protecting me
    Touching and caressing me
    But would it be trespassing
    Wanting him to be blissing me
    Robbing him of his youth?

    Cliffhanger-like suspension
    My longing has formed its own skeleton
    Bridging the gap between singletons
    Sending each others these songs

    The interior of these melodies
    Is perhaps where we are meant to be
    Our physical union a fantasy
    (I just fell) I just fell in love with a song

    So, I reserve my own intimacies
    I bundle them up in packages
    My rawward longing far too visceral
    Did I just fall in love with love?Writer/s: Björk Gudmundsdottir
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
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