Cold In Ohio

Album: Jamie Lawson (2015)
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  • This city's always moving
    Nothing stays still
    Somebody's always leaving
    Somebody always will

    There are airplanes
    Taking off and landing
    Lovers left behind
    Without understanding

    It's cold in Ohio
    I'm not going there
    It's cold in Vostok station
    In the middle of nowhere
    It's cold in New York city
    With that north wind blowing through
    Cold in Ohio
    But it's warm here next to you

    I understand you're worrying
    I know the feeling
    Love is always shifting sand
    Not much to believe in

    These are the times we're living in
    This is the way of the world now
    I'm not giving in and you
    You don't know how

    It's cold in Ohio
    I'm not going there
    It's cold in Vostok station
    In the middle of nowhere
    It's cold in New York city
    With that north wind blowing through
    Cold in Ohio
    But it's warm here next to you

    Let the snow fall down
    Let the wind blow through
    It doesn't matter now
    It doesn't matter now

    It's cold in Ohio
    I'm not going there
    Cold in Vostok station
    In the middle of nowhere
    It's cold in New York city
    With that north wind blowing through
    It's cold in Ohio
    But it's warm here next to you

    Next to you, oh
    It's cold in New York city
    With that north wind blowing through
    It's cold in Ohio
    But it's warm here next to you
    Next to you
    Next to you Writer/s: JAMIE LAWSON, KIM RICHEY
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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