Love In The Underground

Album: Love In The Underground (2020)
  • We're not strangers now
    Finally found
    Love in the underground
    I, I spent my ticket to ride
    Goin' nowhere on a train past midnight
    Bright city lights, flickering by
    And I, I'm draggin' my heavy heart
    Onto the platform and there you are
    With a beat up old guitar
    And a song about to start
    "Hold my heart oh hold my heart
    Let my weight hang in your hands
    There's something bright inside your eyes
    I just might understand"
    I don't know how
    What a strange and sudden sound
    But we're not strangers now
    Finally found
    Love in the underground
    You, you pulled me out of the blue
    Far from the thunder of the trains passin' through
    And though the streetlights hide the moon
    I see starlight shinin' through
    "Hold my heart oh hold my heart
    Let my weight hang in your hands
    Something bright inside those eyes
    I just might understand"
    I don't know how
    What a strange and sudden sound
    But we're not strangers now
    Finally found
    Love in the underground
    In this city of a million doors
    Open one, there's a million more
    So what is it that you're waiting for, waiting for?
    I don't know how
    What a strange and sudden sound
    But we're not strangers now
    Finally found
    Love in the underground
    What a strange and sudden sound
    But we're not strangers now
    Finally found
    Love in the underground

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