Chinatown

Album: yet to be titled (2020)
  • Get in my backseat, honeypie
    And I'll wear your sadness like it's mine
    Because it's just good to feel what's been missing
    Yeah, it's bad when it's good to always be missing

    But a girl like you
    Could rip me out of my head
    Black tears on your cheek
    I want them in my bed
    I'll take you out of the city
    Honey, right into the shadow
    'Cause I wanna find tomorrow
    Yeah, I wanna find tomorrow
    With a girl like you
    My Chinatown lady
    Sittin' on the front stoop
    Cryin' out the crazy
    I'll take you out of the city
    Honey, right into the shadow
    'Cause, I wanna find tomorrow
    Yeah, I wanna find tomorrow
    With you, babe

    Gimme, gimme, gimme, gimme that big red light
    And take the sadness out of Saturday night
    'Cause it's just good
    To have what was missing
    We were bad to be bad
    So always remember that

    But a girl like you
    Could rip me out of my head
    Black tears on your cheek
    I want them in my bed
    I'll take you out of the city
    Honey, right into the shadow
    'Cause I wanna find tomorrow
    Yeah, I wanna find tomorrow
    With a girl like you
    My Chinatown baby
    Sittin' on your front stoop
    Cryin' out the crazy
    I'll take you out of the city
    Honey, right into the shadow
    'Cause I wanna find tomorrow
    Yeah, I wanna find tomorrow with you, baby

    I wanna run
    I wanna run
    I love to chase that feeling
    I wanna run
    I wanna run
    I wanna run
    'Cause I wanna find tomorrow with you, baby
    Oh, oh, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, oh yeah
    Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah Writer/s: Jack Antonoff, Evan Smith
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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