Thankyou Whoever You Are

Album: Somewhere Else (2007)
Charted: 15
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  • What a time this is
    Everything changing
    Faster than the eye can blink
    Faster than we can stop & think
    What will the future hold?
    Well whatever..

    I won't ask you to care
    But say you'll be there
    If you can't love me tonight
    Just remember the light
    Remember the light

    Thank you whoever you are
    Thank you whoever you are
    Thank you

    If we get half of half a chance
    We'll party til dawn. We'll run
    And dance
    Sleep on a train & rent a car
    We'll gamble in the South of France
    We'll be a friend to this mad world
    Happy together

    I won't ask you to sign
    On some cold dotted line
    But if you can love me tonight
    I'll remember the light
    Only the light

    Thank you whoever you are
    Thank you whoever you are
    Thank you Writer/s: IAN FRANCESKO MOSLEY, MARK COLBERT KELLY, PETER JOHN TREWAVAS, STEVE HOGARTH, STEVEN THOMAS ROTHERY
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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