Light Nights

Album: 22 Dreams (2008)
  • Come out to play
    Now the light nights are here
    We'll swing and sway
    Now the light nights are here

    Hold us
    Now the light nights are here
    We'll love
    Now the light nights are here

    Come away with me
    Come and stay with me
    Run away with me

    Come out to play
    Now the light nights are here

    And where shall we go
    Neither of us knows
    Now the days are getting longer
    Our thoughts are getting stronger

    Come out to play
    Now the light nights are here

    Come away with me
    Come and stay with me
    Run away with me

    Love me till the next dawning
    Make me feel that I'm wanted
    I've been so very frozen
    Make me feel that I'm chosen

    Come out to play
    Now the light nights are here
    We'll swing and sway
    Now the light nights are here

    Hold us
    Now the light nights are here
    Now we'll love
    Now the light nights are here
    Writer/s: PAUL JOHN WELLER
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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