November

Album: English Rain (2013)
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  • I left you out in the English rain
    To soak you through and dilute the blame
    Don't ever want to hear those words today

    You made me high then you swooped so low
    From a hummingbird to a silent crow
    I was on your side but then I saw it change

    I always used to love November
    But now it always floods with rain
    Oh how can I forgive?
    Those words will stain forever

    I left you out in the English rain
    To soak you through and dilute the blame
    Don't ever want to hear those words today

    You made me high then you swooped so low
    From the hummingbird to a silent crow
    I was on your side but then I saw it change

    I always used to love November
    But now it always floods with rain
    I always used to love November
    But now it always floods with rain
    Oh how can I forgive?
    Those words will stain forever

    I always used to love November
    But now it always floods with rain
    I always used to love November
    But now it always floods with rain
    Oh how can I forgive?
    Those words will stain forever Writer/s: GABRIELLE APLIN, LUKE POTASHNICK
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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