Right Action

Album: Right Thoughts, Right Words, Right Action (2013)
  • Come home practically all is nearly forgiven
    Right thoughts, right words, right action
    Almost everything could be forgotten
    Right thoughts, right words, right action

    But how can we leave you
    To a Saturday night or a Sunday morning
    Good morning

    Sometimes I wish you were here, weather permitting
    Right thoughts, right words, right action
    This time, same as before, I'll love you forever
    Right thoughts, right words, right action

    But how can we leave you
    To a Saturday night or a Sunday morning
    Good morning

    11 South Court Gardens
    England's Lane past end to London

    Sometimes I wish you were here, weather permitting
    Right thoughts, right words, right action
    Right thoughts, right words, right action
    Right thoughts, right words, right action
    Right thoughts, right words, right action Writer/s: ALEXANDER PAUL KAPRANOS HUNTLEY, NICHOLAS JOHN MCCARTHY, PAUL ROBERT THOMPSON, ROBERT HARDY
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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