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Hallucinations
(on a hot summer’s day)
(Urban Weber)

It’s so hot a summer’s day
I’m so alone
Some birds try to climb a sunray
While the plants in the sun seem to moan
And I’m sitting here,
Sing my song for you
Will you come near?

The sky is blue and the doves are white
I hope this means “peace”
It’s natural that in the night,
They’ll disappear, the birds and bees,
And tomorrow,
I’ll see them again,
Will I see you, too?

CHORUS:
I don’t know you,
You don’t know me,
When are we going to meet?
When we will meet,
I hope to find the key
To make your heart beat.

Now, I’m sitting here alone,
I feel like nothing.
My feet in cool water and my head in the sun,
I feel fine but something is missing.
It’s sort of warmth, it’s sort of care,
Couldn’t it be you?

CHORUS:
I don’t know you,
You don’t know me,
When are we going to meet?
When we will meet,
I hope to find the key
To make your heart beat.

Now, I’m sitting here alone,
I feel like nothing.
My feet in cool water and my head in the sun,
I feel fine but something is missing.
It’s sort of warmth, it’s sort of care,
Couldn’t it be you?