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Londone's callin' me and my guitar across the sea
And I wonder if I should go there
Would you wonder 'bout me and my guitar across the sea
My love, my love, would you dare?

'Cause you're a part of me when you're apart from me
I'm miserable in my despair
Londone's callin' me and my guitar across the sea
And I wonder if I should go there

How I think of you: the christmas lights that light your room
The TV, the man who lives below
The bridge I cross at night
That photograph in black and white
And the rose you left so I know

'Cause you're a part of me when you're apart from me
I'm miserable in my despair
Londone's callin' me and my guitar across the sea
And I wonder if I should go there

You're the world to me
So if I leave you, I'd be leavin' the whole world behind
And if I travel, it's only to unravel the lonely map that is my mind

'Cause you're a part of me when you're apart from me
I'm miserable in my despair
Londone's callin' me and my guitar across the sea
And I wonder if I should go there


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