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​Loves, Lines, Angles And Rhymes

This song is by Diana Ross.

Love leads the lines of love in circles and angles
Love runs deep like a tunnel with a pendulum beat
That touches the heart in many directions
Moving the mind in silent reflection

Of the lines that touch the corners and fibers
Of the feeling that keeps running inside you
Circles of fears, a longing and the tears
Lettin' out the needs and laughter of

Sunshine, love shine
Touching the fibers of the feeling inside you
Letting out the things you hide, oh, yeah

Need leads the lines of love in circles and angles
Need runs deep like a tunnel with a pendulum beat
That touches the heart in many directions
Moving the mind in silent reflection

Of the lines that touch the corners and fibers
Of the feeling that keeps running inside you
Cylinders of hope turning and yearning
Into pendulums of

Weary hesitation, contemplation
Of the angles and rhymes and the triangle lines
And the feeling touching mine with time, oh, yeah, ooh, yeah

Want leads the lines of love in circles and angles
Want runs deep like a tunnel with a pendulum beat
That touches the heart in many directions
Moving the mind in silent reflection

Of the angles and rhymes in a circles of lines
With the tunnels of love running over
Taking the line and triangle rhyme
And twisting it to fill the cup of

Sunshine, love shine
Touching the fibers of the feeling inside you
Letting out the things you hide, oh, yeah, yeah, yeah, ooh, yeah

That touches the heart in many directions
Moving the mind in silent reflection
Of the lines that touch the corners and fibers
Of the feeling that keeps running inside you

Cylinders of hope turning and yearning
Into pendulums of weary hesitation
Circles of fears, a longing and the tears
Lettin' out the needs and laughter

Angles and rhymes in a circles of lines
With the tunnels of love running over
Angles and rhymes in the triangle sand
Lettin' out the needs and laughter

Cylinders of hope turning and yearning
Into pendulums of weary hesitation

Written by:

Dorothea Joyce