Day Tripping

  • You're not the kinda guy
    I'd wanna meet in a ?
    Local celebrity of the neighborhood
    Suburban legend
    Everyone knows who he is
    But no one knows his name

    (It's alright)
    Day tripper
    (Alright)
    Spent all his money

    (It's alright)
    Day tripper
    (Alright)
    Spent his honesty

    There's no answer
    You believe that this is heaven
    Said I'd be your lover
    Maybe I should leave you hanging
    I'm much stronger than you know
    So come on and let your love show

    Now how can you be so proud
    When you're sinking deep into the ground'
    The great pretender waiting to be found
    Time passes slowly, oh, so slowly
    When you are lost inside your dream

    (It's alright)
    Day tripper
    (Alright)
    Spent all his money

    (It's alright)
    Day tripper
    (Alright)
    Spent his honesty

    There's no answer
    You believe that this is heaven
    I said I'd be your lover
    Maybe I should leave you hanging
    I'm much stronger than you know
    So come on and let your love show

    There's no answer
    You believe that this is heaven
    I said I'd be your lover
    Maybe I should leave you hanging
    I'm much stronger than you know
    So come on and let your love show

    Said I'd be your lover, said I'd be your lover
    Said I'd be your lover, said I'd be your lover
    (You believe that this is heaven)
    Said I'd be your lover, said I'd be your lover
    (You believe that this is heaven)

    Said I'd be your lover, said I'd be your lover
    Said I'd be your lover, said I'd be your lover
    Said I'd be your lover, said I'd be your lover

    Let your love go, said I'd be your lover
    Let your love show, 'cause I said I'd be your loverWriter/s: Jack Mcelhone, John Mcelhone, Sharleen Spiteri
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
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