"Visions of Tokyo" as written by Ryland Blackinton and Alexandro Fransisco Suarez....
Early this morning, before I got out of bed
Visions of Tokyo drifted into my head
I think of the night we were wandering in the street
Smiling at all of the beautiful girls we meet

But don't you listen to what they say to you
About the dirty things we do
Even if they're mostly true
I hope that you won't believe them
'Cause honey, I believe in you

Feels like forever since we had a little fun
I'm sick of laying around, hiding from the sun
I want some action, yeah, I want a little noise
Girls can be trouble and we will always be boys

But don't you listen to what they say to you
About the dirty things we do
Even if they're mostly true
I hope that you won't believe them
'Cause honey, I believe in you

Remember the city, remember the neon lights?
We sampled the local cuisine and we saw the sights
We bought magazines and we took funny photographs
We stayed up til sunrise and everyone had a laugh

I believe in you
Please, believe in me
Oh, I believe in you


Lyrics submitted by groundflower

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    General CommentI think that when I got to this song when I was listening to the CD, I finally realized the CD was giving off a sort of 1940's-1960's kind of feel.
    Cameelzon December 15, 2008   Link

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