Song title poem
A poetry challenge with a difference, which i thought up myself.
A poem made up completely from song titles only.
No additional words to be added.
It doe’s not need to rhyme and can be any length.
The poem should have a theme: love, travel, places, etc.
Get those fingers and minds working.
when I see you smile,
Crazy sexy wild,
If this were a movie,
I must be running on sunshine!
Listen to your heart,
Do you know
I’m all yours,
Right from the start?
This ain’t no life,
You know I love you,
Everything’s gonna be alright,
to be with you,
only for you.
I like how it feels,
I will always love you,
As long as you love me!
Sparks fly- Taylor swift
when I see you smile- ‘Bad English’
enchanted- Taylor swift
mesmerised- Faith Evans
Beautiful Eyes- Taylor swift
Crazy sexy wild- Inna
If this were a movie- Taylor swift
I must be running on sunshine- performed by Jesus Jackson, written by Roland Clark, sharon Esther Woolf, quentin Leo Cook.
Listen to your heart- Roxette
I’m all yours- Jay sean
Right from the start- Earl Thomas Conley
This ain’t no life- Pilot speed
You know I love you- Tina turner
Everything’s gonna be alright- Enrique
I’d Lie- Taylor swift
to be with you- Mr. Big
I’m alive- celine dion
only for you- six part invention
I like how it feels- Enrique
I will always love you- Whitney houston
As long as you love me- Backstreet boys
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