Lemonade Lake

  • So who do I see, heh, coming up from lemonade lake
    She come for me
    She coming in for something warm
    Coming up in from lemonade lake

    Every day every night, che'yeah
    I miss you
    I miss you
    Every day and every night
    'Cause I don't know what went wrong, no
    I miss you
    I miss you

    So who do I see, heh
    Coming up from lemonade lake
    Yeah
    The deep blue sea
    Is coming up with something more
    She's coming in from lemonade lake

    Every day and every night, che'yeah
    I miss you
    I miss you
    Every day and every night
    'Cause I don't know what went wrong, no
    I miss you
    I miss you
    Every day and every night
    Every day and every night
    'Cause I don't know what went wrong

    You better shine
    My head is under water now
    You better shine
    My head is under water now

    Every day and every night, chyeah
    I miss you
    I miss you
    Ever day and every night
    'Cause I don't know what went wrong, no
    I miss you
    I miss you
    'Cause I don't know what went wrong

    ((I don't know what went wrong my dear I've been searching for you for all these years darling))

    I miss you
    I miss you
    Everyday and every night
    'Cause I don't know what went wrong
    I miss you
    I miss you
    Everyday and every night
    I miss you
    I miss you
    I don't know what went wrong my dear I've been searching for you for all these years darling Writer/s: THOMAS MCFARLAND, JOSHUA LLOYD-WATSON
    Publisher: Global Talent Publishing
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