Hi Hello

Album: Call The Comet (2018)
  • When are you coming up?
    Get away now and go to bed
    I'm gonna pick you up
    Hear what you say and you're going so fast

    And I see you coming down that line
    See the future for tomorrow's child
    And I watch you when you're losing your mind
    And you can't let go

    All the places, all the steps
    You clamber up the beaten track
    When you've fallen and you keep on climbing
    You never look back

    So hi hello
    Whatever you need and wherever you go
    I can't say no
    One heart beat, any place we run

    And I see you coming down that line
    See the future for tomorrow's child
    And I'll find you when the lights are blinding
    And you can't get home

    It's never soon enough
    And forever's gonna come too fast
    Time is calling us
    Gets in the way and unfolds the past

    When there's nobody else around
    On a train, on the way from town
    And you feel like you can't be found
    And you can't let go

    All the faces taking up your time
    You say leave me alone
    Yes, tomorrow you're the future's child
    And I know where to go

    So hi hello
    Whatever you need and wherever you go
    I can't say no
    Walk our street any day you want

    And I see you coming down that line
    On the street, all alone at night
    And I'll find you if you're losing your mind
    And you can't let go

    No, I won't let go
    Hi hello
    Hi hello Writer/s: Johnny Marr, James Doviak
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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