Welcome to England

Album: Abnormally Attracted to Sin (2009)
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  • Do a dance for me
    Baby it is lies, to hell you call me
    Don't want to go
    Let the liquid take off what you won't or
    You've been down before
    Boy and I like this
    I'm in quicksand, I am sinking fast
    Perfect, heal it
    Because your other half has got himself
    A devil's excess

    Welcome to England, he said
    Welcome to my world
    You better bring your own sun, sweet girl
    You gotta bring your own sun
    Don't you forget you
    Bring your own sun
    Just enough for everyone

    A heels on, go on
    Bang a or tango but do not get tangled
    Who can stay strong
    When they only give us lies to lean on
    When your heart explodes
    Is it deathly cold
    You must let the colors violate the, blackness then rest
    A magic world in parallel
    Soon leave you daily hell

    Welcome to England, he said
    Welcome to my world
    It's not a question, if I care
    Fight by your side and withstand
    Anything but, but I forgot that you said
    Girl if you come

    You gonna bring your own sun, sweet girl
    Your gonna bring your own sun, don't you forget you
    Bring your own sun
    Just enough for everyone, for everyone
    Welcome to England
    Welcome to England Writer/s: Tori Amos
    Publisher: Downtown Music Publishing
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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  • Theresa from Murfreesboro, TnStrange song but that's what makes Tori interesting.
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