Hello

Album: The Circus (2008)
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  • I'd watch the world go by in the morning
    Lose myself in the the news
    Looks like the cost of houses are falling but I don't notice

    I'd write a long love song with no meaning
    And hope nobody would hear
    A life of filter coffee and dreaming, dreaming

    Thought that anyone could change my view
    But everything looks different when I'm looking around with you

    Glad you took the time to say hello, hello
    Now I don't ever wanna let you go, oh no
    All the bells are ringing out and all the birds are singing out
    Glad you took the time to say hello, oh, oh, oh

    I'd lock myself away in the evening
    Afraid to ever come out
    Watch TV and get lost in my feelings, feelings

    Never thought that anyone could change my view
    But everything looks different when I'm looking around with you

    Glad you took the time to say hello, hello
    Now I don't ever wanna let you go, oh no
    All the bells are ringing out and all the birds are singing out
    Glad you took the time to say hello, oh, oh, oh

    It's a lovely day, it's a lovely day
    Never thought that anyone could change my view
    But everything looks different when I'm looking with you

    Glad you took the time to say hello, hello
    Now I don't ever wanna let you go, let you go
    All the bells are ringing out and all the birds are singing out
    Glad you took the time to say hello, oh, oh, oh

    Hello, hello, hello, hello, hello, hello
    All the bells are ringing out and all the birds are singing out
    Glad you took the time to say hello, oh, oh, oh
    Hello Writer/s: GARY BARLOW, HOWARD DONALD, JASON ORANGE, MARK OWEN, STEVE ROBSON
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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  • Sarah from Stockton On Tees, --This song really cheers me up : )
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