On Sunset

Album: On Sunset (2020)
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  • I was gonna say hi
    But no one there
    There's me forgetting
    Just how long it's been
    And the palm trees sway
    As a warm breeze blew
    And the sun was high
    On Sunset

    And the world I knew
    Has all gone by
    All the places that we used to go
    Belong to a time
    Someone else's life
    Another time

    No long goodbyes
    I have no point to prove
    Take a drink in the whiskey
    Move on to the rainbow
    And the palm trees sway
    They say good day
    And the sun was high, high
    On Sunset

    But the world I knew
    Has all moved on
    All the places that we used to go
    Belong to a time
    Someone else's life
    Another time

    And the world I knew
    Has all gone by
    All the places that we used to go
    Belong to a time
    Someone else's life
    Another time

    And the palms trees sway
    And a warm breeze blew
    And the sun was high, high
    Higher than it ever been before
    And the palm trees sway (palm trees sway)
    And a warm breeze blew
    And it blew my mind (blew my mind)
    On Sunset
    On Sunset
    Oh, on Sunset
    On Sunset
    (On Sunset)
    (On Sunset) Writer/s: Paul John Weller
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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