"Suburban Autumn Lieutenant" as written by Sarah Cracknell, Bob Stanley, Pete Wiggs and Etienne Daho....
The Teddington rain
The mac, the mail
You run for the train
No leaves on the rail
The files on the desk
The broken step
The thought of her hair
Can take you there

Will you never ever see her again?
Will you never ever see her again?
Will you never ever see her again?
Autumn sand

The season has changed
The train back home
The weather seems strange
Since you've been alone
You take off your coat
And make the tea
The cat on the rug
Your evening's free

Will you never ever see her again?
Will you never ever see her again?
Will you never ever see her again?
Autumn sand




Lyrics submitted by adchelle

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