Budapest

Album: Wanted on Voyage (2014)
Charted: 3 32
  • My house in Budapest
    My hidden treasure chest
    Golden grand piano
    My beautiful Castillo

    You
    You
    I'd leave it all

    My acres of a land
    I have achieved
    It may be hard for you to
    Stop and believe

    But for you
    You
    I'd Leave it all

    Give me one good reason
    Why I should never make a change
    And baby if you hold me
    Then all of this will go away

    My many artifacts
    The list goes on
    If you just say the words
    I'll up and run

    Oh, to you
    You
    I'd leave it all

    Give me one good reason
    Why I should never make a change
    And baby if you hold me
    Then all of this will go away

    Give me one good reason
    Why I should never make a change
    Baby if you hold me
    Then all of this will go away

    My friends and family
    They, don't understand
    They fear they'd lose so much
    If you take my hand

    But, for you
    You
    I'd lose it all

    Give me one good reason
    Why I should never make a change
    And baby if you hold me
    Then all of this will go away

    Give me one good reason
    Why I should never make a change
    And baby if you hold me
    Then all of this will go away

    My house in Budapest
    My hidden treasure chest
    Golden grand piano
    My beautiful castillo

    You
    You
    I'd leave it all Writer/s: George Barnett, Joel Laslett Pott
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Qanawat
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Bobby from Holbrook, NyWife and I heard the song and we both thought it sounded Caribbean. Immediately googled it and then Amazoned it. Pleasant melody and I really liked the 'middle eight' - instrumental melody leading into another verse. Simple three-chord songs are the best. And no violins.
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