London Thunder

Album: What Went Down (2015)
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  • I'm on the red-eye flight to nowhere good
    How about you?
    I've been in the air for hours
    Meteor showers by the pool
    So one last drink for summer
    Always leaving never you

    Come back to London thunder
    The sound of sorrow in my room, yeah

    And now the tables turn, it's over
    And with my fingers burned I start anew
    And now I've come back down, I'm older
    I look for something else to hold on to

    There is no way to realign
    Upholster skin I take back every line
    Lost my mind in San Francisco
    The worn out disco when tempers cooled
    There is no water, there is no sound
    Will you come around? Will you come around?
    There is no space, there is no time
    Where'd you draw the line?

    And now the tables turn, it's over
    And with my fingers burned I start a new
    And now I've come back down, I'm older
    I look for something else to hold on to

    I'm on the red-eye flight to nowhere good
    How about you? Writer/s: JACK BEVAN, JAMES FORD, JAMES SMITH, WALTER GERVERS, YANNIS PHILIPPAKIS
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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