"London Bridges" as written by and Josh Rouse....
It was a really cold day in London
Rainy, rainy afternoon
She told me she was coming over
She had some news

Always looking over her shoulder
For promises that never come
I will be the one to console her
A ray of sun

But listen, honey, I am not the kid
To tell you how to love or how to live
And if you think that I am just a bridge
Then I'll be leaving now
This bridge is falling down

Really should stay off that corner
Someday someone will get killed
They put up sign to warn you
It's dangerous

But don't look up to the sky
'Cause your feeling is just not right
And all those [Incomprehensible]
They will die

So when are you coming over?
When you're coming make it clear
London is growing colder
I'm leaving on the train today

Yeah, listen honey, I am not the kid
To tell you how to love or how to live
And if you think that I am just a bridge
Then I'll be leaving now

And listen honey, I am not the kid
To tell you how to love or how to live
And if you think that I am just a bridge
Then I'll be leaving now
Yes, I'll be leaving now
Yes, I'll be leaving now




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"London Bridges" as written by Josh Rouse

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