"City and Sea (Lady Nameless)" as written by and Sally Mary Seltmann....
Half in love with this
Half in love with that
Nothing but a change of heart
To set you back

Apples on a tree
Babies on your knee
Taxis in your dreams are screaming
"Wait for me!"

City and sea
Light versus tree
Mapping out the stars inside your brain
Completely different
But the same sort of sound
More easily found
This is what I wanted from the start
The day is light the night is dark

Wires over streets
Birds are building beats
Time and space are washing with your dirty sheets
Buried underground
Look at what we found
Resting and suggesting that we're homeward bound

City and sea
Light versus tree
Mapping out the stars inside your brain
Completely different
But the same sort of sound
More easily found
This is what I wanted from the start
The day is light the night is dark

Oh to be five
Happy and alive
Driving from the city to the countryside
Sameness is the same
Fighting is the game
Nameless is the lady who has gone insane

City and sea
Light versus tree
Mapping out the stars inside your brain
Completely different
But the same sort of sound
More easily found
This is what I wanted from the start
The day is light the night is dark

This is what I wanted
What I wanted from the start
The day is light the night is dark
It's light the night is dark


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