|You and I have feasted on
|The golden apples of the sun,
|And sailed on wild, uncharted seas
|When day was done.
|Between two heartbeats we have known
|A long eternity of joy;
|We've soared above the fields of space,
|The stars, our toys.
|I give my heart and gain my soul,
|I'm only free when I am bound.
|Within the shelter of your arms
|I'm lost - and found.
|You and I have drunk the moon
|And time nor death cannot subdue
|The part of you that lives in me,
|And me in you.
|That part of me in you will see
|The kestrel quartering the sky,
|The endless play of night and day
|Caught in your eyes.
|That part of you in me will serve
|To ease the breaking of my heart,
|And guide me safely through the night
|When we must part.