"Theme From Tokyo" as written by Amanda Mackinnon, Steven James Clark, John Mckenzie Clark, John Charles Fiddy, Peter Lee Stirling and Alan Hawkshaw....
Lying there asleep
I wonder if she knows
That I am going away
I packed up

And I'm heading out the bedroom door
I'm feeling kinda guilty
But this can't be changed
Will she resent me for this

I've said, I'm sorry but please don't worry
There's nothing that I can do
I won't forget you, feel bad I left you
I promise Ill be back soon

It's been two weeks now
Since I left you at
The window with sad eyes
It's bad 'cause I can't even
Talk to you on the phone

But you know that very soon
Now I'll be home
It won't be long now
I'll see you at the break of dawn now

I'm coming home now
It won't be long now
I'll see you at the break of dawn now


Lyrics submitted by LittleDeshu, edited by echolot

"Theme from Tokyo" as written by Amanda Mackinnon Alan Hawkshaw

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    General CommentI'm too much of a spaz to interpret this in depth.. it's about leaving someone and missing them (duh). but MAN is it catchy and danceable
    hotsoupwomanon October 30, 2006   Link

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