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​Come To Me (Song Of The Water Nymph)

This song is by Inkubus Sukkubus and appears on the album Away with the Faeries (1998).

A summer night, and a long-forgotten dream.
She is here, in the moonlit stream.
She's so lonely, her soul screams to be free.
She calls to you, "Boy, give your heart to me."

Come to me, she's calling you.
Come to me, come to me.

Like a siren to the sailor moribund,
Her song of love will drag you ever down.
Her kiss will take you to a fabled sacred land,
Her lips will break you, and lead you to the dance.

Come to me, she's calling you.
Come to me, answer me.
Come to me, I'll break your heart.
Come to me, answer me.

Come to me, she's calling you.
Come to me, answer me.
Come to me, I'll break your heart.
Come to me, answer me.

Ten-thousand years she's waiting for your touch.
Through all her tears she's dreamed of love and lust.
She's tired of crying each and every night.
A sexual bonfire, come set this girl alight!

Come to me, she's calling you.
Come to me, answer me.
Come to me, I'll break your heart.
Come to me, answer me.

Come to me, she's calling you.
Come to me, answer me.
Come to me, I'll break your heart and soul and ???.
Come to me, come to me.