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Sparks fly with the pick of chords
A flash of candle light hits me with a smile
Blue ribbon, jazz, like rock and roll
Riffs from strings
Wail on well through the evening
Are we both in it for the long spell of wicked sweet melodies
Are we both in it for the smiles
It’s all written with the notes

Can we skip the 6 1 6
Let’s pretend it doesn’t exist
Please don’t go at 6 1 6
Fireworks light up the green mill tonight

Smiles built with bricks of sound
Speaker walls all around
What they play is what they mean
What they sing is what they see
Don’t you see
The instruments spark the light
There are fireworks in the green mill tonight

Watch as they stand and blare perfect waves of land shifting air
Listen to the vibes
Big and small, two sax’s hold it down
The bass strums for a better way
The organ soothes our thoughts
As we sit and whisper this and that, back and forth
Enjoying the urban mill
Well on through the dim lighted dark
Please stay another night and day
There are fireworks in the green mill tonight

I dread the 6 1 6
Let’s pretend it doesn’t exist
Please don’t go at 6 1 6
Fireworks light up the green mill tonight

Now you see, now we see
What it means
What I am, you are to me
I’ve got a million thoughts
You a million dreams
Waves echo throughout the seven seas
I’m lost in the blonde strands
You hold my hand
The drum pounds firmly as a statue stands
Balancing in the darkness
In winds of sands
Let’s outlast the thunder
And lighting of the sun
Please don’t go at 6 1 6
Let’s talk and laugh
Beneath the soft blankets
Hours come to a crash
There were fireworks in the green mill tonight

I dread the 6 1 6
It’s happening way too fast
Let’s pretend it doesn’t exist
Please don’t go at 6 1 6
Let it last

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