Helen Merrill Forbidden Games cover

Forbidden Games
by Helen Merrill
Lyrics


Released
Jan 1, 2006
Genre
Jazz

Forbidden Games Lyrics

Song Meaning
Verse 1
Though it's forbidden for my arms to hold you
And though it's forbidden, my tears must have told you
That I hold you secretly each time we meet
In these forbidden games that I play
Verse 2
Though it's forbidden in dim, quiet places
To capture the rainbows my aching heart chases
My bittersweet ecstasies come to me here
In these forbidden games that I play
Verse 3
Everyone knows you belong to another
Spinning your magic for her and no other
Still, I've been content to be part of this fantasy
Part of this game that I play
Verse 4
Though it's forbidden and you'll love me never
I'll keep my love hidden and love you forever
Through countless eternities you will be mine
In these forbidden games that I play
Verse 5
Everyone knows you belong to another
Spinning your magic for her and no other
Still, I've been content to be part of this fantasy
Part of this game that I play
Verse 6
Though it's forbidden and you'll love me never
I'll keep my love hidden and love you forever
Through countless eternities you will be mine
In these forbidden games that I play
In these forbidden games that I play
In these forbidden games that I play

Writer(s):Lyrics © BARRY I. PARKER C/O PARKER-PARKER MUSIC
Copyright: B. PARKER, M. LANJEAN
Lyrics Licensed & Provided by LyricFind



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