Air Of December
Edie Brickell/The New Bohemians
Thursday afternoon you cast a shadow 'round my room.
The breeze moved the curtains and lifted my perfume
into the air and danced with lazy curls in your hair.
The sun was in the sky like pink champagne
and it glistened in your eyes all day.
I remember you put a chill across my face like the air of December.
I swear I remember it that way.
I swear I remember it.

Where are you now?

You stood by the lake - I wanted to take you for granted.
The grass was thin and high.
The water mirrored tiny sparkles to the sky.
I remember you put a chill across my face like the air of December.
I swear I remember it that way.
I swear I remember it.

Where are you now?

In the by-myself mornings the birds windchime.
The treelimbs crackle and the sunshine climbs up the sky
Like pink champagne that glistens in your eyes all day.
I remember you put a chill across my face like the air of December.
I swear I remeber it that way.
I swear I remember it.

Where are you know?

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