"Without You" as written by Jamal F. Jones, Mansur A. Zafr, India Shawn Boodram, Jazmyn Michel Boodram and Kesia Darnise-cecilia Hollins....
Winters come and summers go
Last time round for all we know
Wonder what the time is in London

As they tear this world apart
Step by step it breaks my heart
Wonder what the time is in London

Well, I know I'm not the lonely child
Thirty dead and one teenage gun man
I wonder what the time is in London, without you

I get up early every morning without you
I open up the blind and let the dawn in without you
And then I think about growing older without you
And my blood runs a little colder without you

It's raining hard in North Virginia
Just like London town

Tales of screams from giant screens
Full of fear and full of beans
Wonder what the news is in London

Tell me what I've always known
Live is love and love's at home
Wonder if they miss me in London

These are the things that make us glad we're still alive
Even though your heart's in the dungeon
I wonder what the time is in London, without you

I get up early every morning without you
I open up the blind and let the dawn in without you
And then I think about growing older without you
And my blood runs a little colder without you

It's raining hard in North Virginia
Just like London town
It's raining hard in North Virginia
Just like London town

(Without you, without you)
It's raining hard in North Virginia
(Without you)
Just like London town, yeah
(Without you)

It's raining hard in North Virginia
(Without you)
Just like London town
(Without you)


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"Without You" as written by Paul H. Jones

Lyrics © Peermusic Publishing

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    General CommentStrangely upbeat considering the lyrical content. It blows over you on the radio, but once you read those lyrics, it's obviously making reference to the tragic shootings at Virginia Tech.
    mewzoon April 06, 2008   Link
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    General CommentThat's the weird thing about The Feeling. Their songs seem just like pure british boy pop at first, like McFly but their lyrics are a little more than that.
    Bittersweet_Streeton April 11, 2008   Link
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    General CommentIts an amazing song! I loved it the first time i listened to it however one thing about these lyrics - it's THIRTY DEAD AND ONE TEENAGE GUNMAN not EIGHTY! as it is a direct link between the Virginia Tech masacre where 33 people died. I think this is quite interesting too because the Feeling were actually in Virginia on the day of the shooting! The song kind of reminds me in a way of when your sitting on an aeroplane home and wondering if you'll come back to everything as you left it but thats probably just me x
    DC4SLon April 18, 2008   Link
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    My InterpretationA heavy song about how public or national grief relates to ones personal loss. Bringing back memories and feelings,
    Probionicon March 07, 2014   Link

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