"Hold Tight London" as written by Thomas Owen Mostyn Rowlands, Edmund John Simons and Anna Lynne Williams....
So why do I warn you?
I see things when I hold you
But I’ve whispered, "It’s alright."
It was you and me and a long night.

You’re a ghost in the doorway
I can see through and I hold tight
Understand holding until it hurts
I just want you here and you’re lovely

You’re a ghost in the doorway
I can see through and I hold tight
Understand holding until it hurts
I just want you here and you’re lovely

Don’t worry, nothing can go wrong
Don’t worry, nothing can go wrong
Don’t worry, nothing can go wrong
Don’t worry, nothing can go wrong


Lyrics submitted by kidcodea

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    General CommentI am a 6' 3" 210lb construction worker from the streets of philly who grew up doin a lot of every drug out there and listening to the chemical bros....I finally stopped and sobered up when this song came out and it made me brake down and cry.... I love the chemical bros with or without drugs
    warriorwood69on August 31, 2009   Link
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    General CommentThis song really scares me. It's so beautiful...(?)

    It's about a big leap of faith, I think
    lemming Jon October 25, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThis tune is brilliant, one of my favourite tunes ever
    Tommy-d0on November 17, 2008   Link

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