I like rain on saturdays
I like bricks and medieval alleyways
I like green hills and old english plays
but no-one knows me like you do

I like Maclean’s and slow moving Dylan

I like movie theatres with no-one in them
and I believe that the story isn't over
because no-one knows me like you do

you are here
and you are forgiven
I no longer live in the house
from which you were driven
you are here
and it is here that you will stay
because no-one knows me like you do
no, no

no-one knows me like you do

no, no

knows me like you do

you know it’s true, you know it’s true

no-one knows me like you do

you like small towns
and wide open spaces
you like the city nights and different people's faces
you’ve seen the sunset over so many distant places
but no-one knows you like I do
you like quiet afternoons and walking in the park
you like country music and whispering in the dark
and you know that the story isn't over
because no-one knows you like I do

no, no

no-one knows you like I do

and I am here can I be forgiven
I no longer live in the house from which you were driven
I am with you, and with you I will always stay
because no-one knows you like I do

we like getting caught in the rain
we like watching water running down the window pane
and we are here and you know no-one, no-one here's to blame
because no-one knows us like we do
you know

and I am never too far away


Lyrics submitted by kirsche

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