Hey little miss in your summer dress.
It's been too long since I saw you last.
Would you like to join me on the balcony?
We can kill some time and do nothing.
And in the heat of the summer's soft sun,
When all the wine and weed are gone
Time pops like a bubble and bursts
Into a thousand shimmering suns
That float on the skin
And on your eyelids.
And you start to glow
Hey little bluebell, and your east coast swing.
Tell me about Boston, and tell me about rain.
'Cause the Colorado sun has been wearing me down,
And my hearts been heavy since you left this town.
But yet you're sitting right next to me
Under the shade of this pine tree
Where the miles melt into minutes,
And each syllable is infinite.
Our bodies break in the evening light.
Our spirits slip into the river's flow.
A colorful cloud against the black and white.
A subtle song in the afterglow.
And I wish we didn't have to go
Back down the world below.
And I wish that we could stay like this forever,
But you know there's always change in the weather,
So I sing...
Goodbye my love, goodbye my indigo girl.
You know you'll always be mine.
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