Feel You

Album: Have You in My Wilderness (2015)
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  • My first thought was
    There are so many days of rain
    In Mexico City
    A good reason to go
    You know I love to run away from sun

    Is it time to dance?
    I'll fall you know I like to fall
    I'm hopeful for
    The rush hour car
    Stares and
    The memory of your piano

    Can I feel you? Are you
    Mythological?

    Figures pass so quickly
    That I realize my
    Eyes know very well
    It's impossible to see
    Who I'm waiting for
    In my raincoat

    The time change worked well
    I had a good excuse for being late
    But I pushed open the door
    The room was empty all the people gone

    When the cab pulled up
    I laughed, I forgot where I was going
    There I stood mystified
    I could give no reason for my frozen stare

    Am I heading toward you?
    It's a hot day
    Can I feel you? Are you
    Mythological?

    Figures pass so quickly
    That I realize my
    Eyes know very well
    It's impossible to see
    Who I'm waiting for
    In my raincoat

    All these perfumes
    In this parking lot
    Thousands of people pass through
    On the festival day
    Playing their saxophones
    I see a flashing light
    I'm blinded by the possibility Writer/s: JULIA HOLTER
    Publisher: DOMINO PUBLISHING COMPANY
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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