I met you in Chicago, you were holding up your camera
We walked along the waterfront, taking pictures
You dozed off in the beach and when you awoke
You said the sea had been silk
Besides the ??, I was there, you were there too

We went to Millienium Park and a shady, quiet spot
You put your hand inside your bag and pulled out an apple pie
I told you about my true love, somewhere in the streets of New York
You spoke of your ?? the passing month
And then I said I couldn't get there
We could spend our time there, staring in the backyard
With the animals in my hands smashing clocks

That night, we rented a studio space
Set up ? spotlights that towered over our heads
We took turns, put it in front of a stark white backdrop as undresses
I zoomed in on your eyes and so black I was nearly blinded
It's not easy keep you close
And truth is searing through my skin
Through my lens, through my skin



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Silk Sea (July On Lake Michigan) song meanings
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