I Think I Know I Love You

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You were a broken blue-sky, grounded morning
When I found you.
I guess I was too.
We lived blindly to love’s destructive ways.
Then, crazy! you went out and got it together
While I stayed in the weather.
But now I’m better, so,
Roll with me baby and see me through the haze.

Cause I can’t take this any longer
But I don’t claim to know the way
Look I was lost and I was down
And I don’t know if I’m found
But I think I know I love you and that’s okay

Hell, I ain’t looking for no fall revival.
Just a hand to hold and some road to handle.
Maybe take a little sun out in California.
Could you support the notion of my survival?
And if I find it on a New England bar-stool
Then let the cup run empty and sing with me all night.

Cause I can’t take this any longer
But I don’t claim to know the way
Look I was lost and I was down
And I don’t know if I’m found
But I think I know I love you and that’s okay

So if you want it then take it, my heart out in the open.
We’ll make breakfast every morning
We'll make love without warning.
Then fall into bed knowin’ it wasn’t just a dream
But what would they look like, our not so picket fences?
Those domestic trenches,
Oh, Hello. I’m gone again,
Would you have a little faith that I could give you what you need?

Cause I can’t take this any longer
But I don’t claim to know the way
Look I was lost and I was down
And I don’t know if I’m found
But I think I know I love you and that’s okay
Yeah, I was lost and I was down,
And I may never be found,
Still I think I know I love you and that’s okay.
Hell I think I know I love you!
God I think I know I love you!
I think I know I love you and that’s okay.

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from Pas Tout La, released August 1, 2012

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Ben Cameron Nashville, Tennessee

Somewhere among the crisp, harmony laden breezes that whip through Laurel Canyon, the smooth, confessional frequencies of vintage AM radio, and the spiked punch-bowls of a high school prom circa 1986, there you’ll find Ben Cameron’s joyful, extreme folk music.

Without affectation or irony, Cameron’s lyrical songs mark the juncture where Yacht Rock meets Folk Rock.
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