Robin #4: TAKE A LITTLE HAND

Take a Little Hand by Gabriela Robin

As now think of a,
Seek a dear who loves me here
Noise of a sorrow
A better dear, yeah.

As I think harder,
Seek a deed as love de-ar
Noise of a sorrow
As a deed, oh…

Guilty have, guilty go…

Sad you (sad you), a dear, yeah
He use, come to my
Quit that, shout to yeah
To Jus’ to trust my do
to make it a deed

Oh, jus’ more cryin’ to the end bloody bond here,
tell, ah (tell, ah…), can be done
Could jus’ son be and a tread though,
create they much, create a time, ah

As now think of a,
Seek a dear who loves me here
Noise of a sorrow
A better dear, yeah.

As I think harder,
Seek a deed as love de-ar
Noise of a sorrow
As a deed, oh…
Oooh…

Hey, yeah, hi-yeah
More jus’ just mad oh,

As now think of a,
Seek a dear who loves me here
Noise of a sorrow
A better dear, yeah.

As I think harder,
Seek a deed as love de-ar
Noise of a sorrow
As a deed, oh…

Ah, bein’ ah
Abirdy clan
Jus’ counting the way

Ah, bein’ ah
Jus’ counting the way

Hard enough
A birdy plan he
Jus’ countin’ away
Far enough
Just continue, hey

Yeah

Guilty now, guilty go…

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    • Evilsteven2000
    • December 31st, 2007

    I want to know what language is that? is it russia ? it is beautiful song and beautiful meaning

  1. It is not actually Russian and we don’t know whether it’s a gibberish language or made up. The song itself is transcribed to “make sense” by a group of fans here: http://www.gabrielarobin.com The original Japanese lyrics given for the song is made up in a way to fill it’s place instead.

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