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Cast In The Haze (Been There Four Days) lyrics

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Of Montreal – Cast In The Haze (Been There Four Days) lyrics

I'm happy today because I'm in love and feeling afraid
Oh I hop off the train singing your name
I knock on your door I don't know what to say
When you answer I just smile and say "hey"
I'm happy today I'm up on a cloud
and caught in the fray
Oh I'm pacing the floor in the scarf that I wore
on the day that we met by the old statuette
of an infant in the nude
We both thought it was lewd
Its a gas to be cast in the haze
and I've been there four days
Yes I've been there four days
I wanted to play the fabulous game you taught me
yesterday but it's impossible to play when you're away
I take all of my books and I toss them aside
I don't want to read them now
Proust pales to you somehow
Its a gas to be cast in the haze
and I've been there four days
Yes I've been there four days
I'm so turned on that nothing can bum my trip
Its a gas to be cast in the haze
and I've been there four days
Yes I've been there four days



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