London Queen

  • Right away from Holloway
    I said "Mum, this isn't a holiday
    Listen up, I ain't coming back
    'Til I can fill the shack up with all gold plaques"
    Soon come, home run (wack!)
    Locket out the park with a baseball bat

    When I'm driving on the wrong side of the road
    I feel like JFK you know

    I never thought I'd be living in the USA
    Doing things the American way
    I never thought I'd be living in the USA
    Living the dream like a London Queen

    Now I live in Hollywood
    I can't stop even though I know I should
    It feels so good, oh yeah, oh oh

    When I'm driving on the wrong side of the road
    I feel like JFK you know

    I never thought I'd be living in the USA
    Doing things the American way
    I never thought I'd be living in the USA
    Living the dream like a London Queen

    I never thought I'd be living in the USA
    Doing things the American way
    I never thought I'd be living in the USA
    Living the dream like a London Queen

    Living the dream like a London Queen
    Living the dream like a London Queen
    Living the dream like a London Queen
    Living the dream like a London Queen

    I never thought I'd be living in the USA
    Doing things the American way
    I never thought I'd be living in the USA
    Living the dream like a London Queen

    I never thought I'd be living in the USA
    Doing things the American way
    I never thought I'd be living in the USA
    Living the dream like a London Queen

    Living the dream like a London Queen
    Living the dream like a London Queen
    Living the dream like a London Queen
    Living the dream like a London Queen Writer/s: ARIEL ROSENBERG, CHARLOTTE AITCHISON, JEREMIAH RAISEN, JUSTIN RAISEN, REMI NICOLE
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Downtown Music Publishing
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