Letters from the Lunar Outpost

Arise, fair sun, and kill the envious moon, Who is already sick and pale with grief, That thou her maid art far more fair than she: Be not her maid, since she is envious.
- Shakespeare, English Dramatist and Poet (1564-1616)

chocolate

Mi Chocolate

O choco choco chocolate
I want to feel you melt inside my mouth
I want to taste that deep dark brown delight
and then I’ll have myself another bite
Of chocolate
Mi chocolate

Take me down, down to the Mayan lands,
Take me down to Guatemala

Take me up to climb the pyramid
Let my heart bleed out in your hands

O choco choco chocolate
Mi choco choco chocolate
I want to feel you melt inside my mouth
I want to taste that deep dark brown delight
and then I’ll have myself another bite
Of chocolate
Mi chocolate

Sangre tan pura y limpia
Nativa americana

Soy aquí, soy tu conquistador
Sembrando en suelo fértil

O choco choco chocolate
Mi choco choco chocolate
I want to feel you melt inside my mouth
I want to taste that deep dark brown delight
and then I’ll have myself another bite
Of chocolate
Mi chocolate

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6 Responses to Mi Chocolate

  • Hey Mikey, after listening I want a chocolate latte and a snickers bar. Good jam brother, thanks for sharing.

    God bless,
    Randy

    • Right on, glad you liked it. You may have noticed a lack of guitar on that. Maybe you can come over to the studio and help remedy that.

  • Marc HELP sound good I like it thanks Mike

  • You know I am on a diet, now I am searching for chocolate. Really enjoyed it.

    • Thanks, Suzanne. Glad you liked it.

      This coming Wednesday, we’re starting a 30-day weight loss challenge at the office where I work, so I’ll be right in with you on the dieting thing.

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