Without You

Album: Join With Us (2008)
Charted: 53
  • Winters come and summers go
    Last time round for all we know
    Wonder what the time is in London

    As they tear this world apart
    Step by step it breaks my heart
    Wonder what the time is in London

    Well, I know I'm not the lonely child
    Thirty dead and one teenage gun man
    I wonder what the time is in London, without you

    I get up early every morning without you
    I open up the blind and let the dawn in without you
    And then I think about growing older without you
    And my blood runs a little colder without you

    It's raining hard in North Virginia
    Just like London town

    Tales of screams from giant screens
    Full of fear and full of beans
    Wonder what the news is in London

    Tell me what I've always known
    Live is love and love's at home
    Wonder if they miss me in London

    These are the things that make us glad we're still alive
    Even though your heart's in the dungeon
    I wonder what the time is in London, without you

    I get up early every morning without you
    I open up the blind and let the dawn in without you
    And then I think about growing older without you
    And my blood runs a little colder without you

    It's raining hard in North Virginia
    Just like London town
    It's raining hard in North Virginia
    Just like London town

    (Without you, without you)
    It's raining hard in North Virginia
    (Without you)
    Just like London town, yeah
    (Without you)

    It's raining hard in North Virginia
    (Without you)
    Just like London town
    (Without you)Writer/s: PAUL H. JONES
    Publisher: Peermusic Publishing
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