Charlemagne

Album: Blossoms (2015)
Charted: 98
  • Hello, hello
    You put love in my hand
    I know, I know it's made of lead
    Hello, hello
    Science came, a kingdom reigned
    Below, below my Charlemagne
    And the river always flows, so if you go I will know
    By the way, my Charlemagne

    Hello, hello
    Mars, tried, hide, cried, died
    Inside the snow in the winter
    Hello, hello
    The doctors knew, prescribe me you
    Below, below the amber sky
    And the river always flows, so if you go I will know
    By the way, my Charlemagne
    And the river always flows tears of gold
    Left me cold do you feel the same my Charlemagne?

    My Charlemagne, my Charlemagne
    My Charlemagne, my Charlemagne
    Don't go
    If only I could show you
    Don't go
    If only I could show you
    Don't go
    If only I could show you
    Don't go
    If only I could show you
    And the river always flows
    So if you go, I will know
    By the way, my Charlemagne
    And the river always flows tears of gold
    Left me cold do you feel the same my Charlemagne?
    Charlemagne Writer/s: Charles Anthony Salt, Joseph Donovan, Joshua John Dewhurst, Thomas Ogden, William Kennard
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, SENTRIC MUSIC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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