"No One In The World" as written by and Paul John Weller....
Come down - your tea is on the table
Nothing seems to matter anymore
And if you're good well go out on sunday
Spend the whole day thinking of you
Take you sailing across the water
To a faraway place
Remember when life was lovely
Forever was captured in your smile
When we were young and life was hopeful
No one threatend our existence
We were laughing
They couldn't stop us
No one in the world

Remember when life was lovely
Forever was captured in your smile
When we were young and life was hopeful
No one threatend our existence
We were laughing
They couldn't stop us
No one in the world


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"No One in the World" as written by Kenneth Hirsch Marti Sharron

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    General CommentwhaT?!!!!!!! No comments on this song? this song is amazing, its my favorite jam song, Paul weller was a legend, and absolutley one of the most undderated songwriters in any genre of music PERIOD, this song is fantastic..

    about the meaning, I think the song is a love song, about 2 people who did love each other more then anything, and they were invincible, that no one could stop them, except themselves, but since he is saying it as if the romance is over, he/she feels heart broken about it, it almost reminds me of The beatles song "across the universe", in a sense, it has that mood to it anyways, i love it.
    xaiver_888on December 08, 2007   Link
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    General CommentYeah, he does seem to be reminiscing about a happier time, but the beginning where he says "if you're good we'll go out on Sunday" is weird. It's as if now she's in jail or out on parole and he's her parole officer. Or else now she has Alzheimer's so he talks to her like she's a little kid.
    epiwooshon July 17, 2014   Link
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    General CommentYeah, he does seem to be reminiscing about a happier time, but the beginning where he says "if you're good we'll go out on Sunday" is weird. It's as if now she's in jail or out on parole and he's her parole officer. Or else now she has Alzheimer's so he talks to her like she's a little kid.
    epiwooshon July 17, 2014   Link

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