Night Moves

Album: Marilyn Martin (1986)
Charted: 28
  • Slippin' away
    Silently we took the night
    He pulled the shades
    Locking out the neon lights
    The room was dark
    Our shadows danced in perfect time
    But I held on
    To what was for this moment mine

    We're on the edge
    Reachin' the point of no return
    Caught in a web, daring to touch
    Is it the love of the danger
    Or the danger of the love

    You know I'm not afraid of your night moves
    You know I'm not afraid of your night moves
    Dangerous games we play
    But you know I'm not afraid

    Secret ways
    Always having to pretend
    We play the game
    Outraged innocence
    Stealin' away
    Silently into the night
    Separate ways
    Strangers in the morning light

    We're on the edge
    Reachin' the point of no return
    Caught in a web, daring to touch
    Is it the love of the danger
    Or the danger of the love

    You know I'm not afraid of your night moves
    You know I'm not afraid of your night moves
    Dangerous games we play
    But you know I'm not afraid

    You know I'm not afraid of your night moves
    You know I'm not afraid of your night moves
    Dangerous games we play
    But you know I'm not afraid

    You know I'm not afraid of your night moves
    You know I'm not afraid
    You know I'm not afraid of your night moves
    You know I'm not afraid
    You know I'm not afraid of your night moves Writer/s: MARLYN MARTIN
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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