London

Album: Third Eye Blind (1997)
  • Through the satellites, I fight with you,
    That local brew is spillin',
    I know just how you spend your time.
    I want to get my hands on him,
    Somebody's party in a London flat,
    You're where it's at and I know,
    You want to see me loose my mind,
    I'm tired of chasing after you
    The residue is jealous,
    See me on the dark side of your mind,
    I want to get my hands on him,
    To a club that's pounding in the London rain,
    The world could end and we won't hear it.
    I know just what's on your mind,
    I see the way your face has changed,
    We're no good for each other,
    You tricked me into coming here, So let go,
    l don't want to go to London,
    I told you I don't care,
    I don't want to go to London,
    To live there,
    I don't want to go to London,
    All your friends afflicted,
    I don't want to go to London.
    She's addicted, I saw you with him,
    I know where you've been,
    That nose is broken wide open,
    Your way has got me out of line.
    I want to get my hands on him.
    You're so sick just to make me prove,
    It takes a fight to move you,
    I know just what's on your mind.
    It's been this way a thousand years,
    We torture each other.
    So why the hell did you call me here,
    And you know,
    l don't want to go to London,
    I told you I don't care,
    I don't want to go to London,
    To live there,
    I don't want to go to London,
    All your friends afflicted,
    I don't want to go to London.
    She's addicted.
    l don't want to go to London,
    I told you I don't care,
    I don't want to go to London,
    Cause you're not there.
    Even when I see you, You're somewhere else in London. Writer/s: MIKE PARADINAS
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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