Juliet of the Spirits

Album: Funplex (2008)
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  • Juliet I can feel your glow
    Of passions ready to explode
    Secrets you've kept should all be told
    Like blossoms ready to unfold

    Juliet you're not afraid anymore
    Juliet, Juliet, I'm not afraid anymore

    [Chorus]
    Sweet love's coming on
    Girl can you hear it?
    Steppin' into sunshine
    Juliet of the Spirits

    Pleasure is calling you
    Girl can you hear it?
    Sweet love honey's what you need
    Juliet I can feel it

    Spirits let your cool light shine
    Visions swirling let me tell you mine
    You're a force of nature can't be controlled
    You know you've got it girl, come on and let it show

    Juliet you're not afraid anymore
    Juliet, Juliet, I'm not afraid anymore

    [Chorus]

    Pleasure is calling you
    Girl can you hear it?
    Sweet love honey's what you need
    Juliet I can feel it
    Lady be cool
    Set your pleasure free
    Lady don't you be a fool
    Let your pleasure go-go-go-go Writer/s: CATHERINE PIERSON, CYNTHIA WILSON, FREDERICK SCHNEIDER, JULIAN STRICKLAND
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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