Landing In London (All I Think About Is You)

Album: Seventeen Days (2005)
  • I woke up today in London
    As the plane was touching down
    And all I could think about was Monday
    Maybe I'd be back around
    If this keeps me way much longer
    I don't know what I would do
    You got to understand it's a hard life,
    That I'm going through

    [Chorus]
    And when the night falls around me
    And I don't think I'll make it through
    I'll use your light to guide the way
    All I think about is you

    L A is getting kind of crazy
    And New York is getting kind of cold
    I keep my head from getting lazy
    I just can't wait to get back home

    And all these days I spend away
    I'll make up for this I swear
    I need your love to hold me up
    When it's all to much to bear

    [Chorus]

    And all these days I spend away
    I'll make up for this I swear
    I need your love to hold me up
    When it's all to much to bear

    And when the night falls around me
    And I don't think I'll make it through
    I'll use your light to guide the way

    All I think about is you

    [Chorus] Writer/s: BRADLEY KIRK ARNOLD, CHRISTOPHER LEE HENDERSON, MATT ROBERTS, MATTHEW DARRICK ROBERTS, ROBERT TODD HARRELL
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Oliver from Atlanta, Gathis is an amazing song. i like the acoustic version even better then the one seventeen days.
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