"L.A." as written by William Orbit, Elizabeth Caroline Orton, Mark Joseph Rutherford, John Michael Curtis Gosling and Ellie Lawson....
Flying into Heathrow, I know,
I've got a lot to think about
Let's write off the day
And go chill back at mine for a while

Walking through the high street, my god
Why do I feel so vulnerable
The cars and the posters
The people all look so different here
From two weeks ago

I'm under the spell of LA
And I don't want to be here
I'm under the spell of LA
And I don't want to be home

Jumpin' in a black cab, it's raining
Watching the lights turn red again
My driver he's seen New York
But LA is one of them way distant dreams
I close my eyes
I never shoulda said goodbye

I'm under the spell of LA
And I don't want to be here
I'm under the spell of LA
And I don't want to be home

(La la la la la la la la la la la la)

(unde lay undlay ah ah unde lay uh ah)


Lyrics submitted by pippilotta

"L.A." as written by Larry Marks

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