"Lower Loveday" as written by John Hutchinson Dean, Christopher Gentry, Simon Ian White, Paul Fletcher and Stuart Black....
I'm late to meet my friends at New Street Station
An hour ago and now they've gone away
I should have left my bed and got up early
I won't see them again 'til next Monday

I heard they may have gone to lower love day
To find some girl we met the other day
Perhaps they haven't even made their way here
And they will come and we'll be on our way

I can almost feel the sun on my skin
I can almost feel the waves crashing in
The sun is going down the shadows creep in
I've got the feeling I've been left behind

I should have left my bed and got up early
It's time to go back home and drink some wine
I can almost feel the sun on my skin
I can almost feel the waves crashing in


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"Lower Loveday" as written by John Hutchinson Dean Christopher Gentry

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