Summer days

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Summer days, sumer tempers, summer fires
dark skies bruised and sunburnt with awakened desires
the air leaves a smokey kind of taste on the tongue
everywhere is the laughter from the old and the young

and from the room next to mine I hear you breath as you lie
feel the comfort and joy of you being close by
there's no words but the simple ones to say what I feel inside

these days are as real as they'll ever be
this is as close as anybody's ever gotten to me

you gave me smiles when the sun frowned down
I'll always have time whenever you are around
you taught me love comes even if it comes late
you had the patience like no other when I asked you to wait for me

these days are as real as they'll ever be
this is as close and anybody's ever gotten to me

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from Of birds, released February 20, 2015

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A Seated Craft Berlin, Germany

A Seated Craft is the music of Alexia Peniguel. Originally
from Melbourne, Australia, she has lived unobtrusively in
Berlin, Germany since 2004. Lo-fi in style, hi-fi in texture, she treats words like clothing and keeps instruments like some people keep cats.
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