"London" as written by Kristian Carl Lundin, Carl Anthony Falk and A.j. Mclean....
When I wake up in the sunlight
And look into your eyes
And I hold you for a little while
Then I see behind your smile
I remember how beautiful
I used to think you are
Now the only love that meant something is gone

I should have let you go
When I saw that it was over in your eyes
What do I have to do
To get rid of you
I'll be better on my own
Now I miss the sun
But as long as I'm with you
It's just another rainy day in London

I still hold on to the memory
Of how we were meant to be
And I wonder did you ever care
You were never there for me
I thought I was stronger
But then why am I here
When there's nothing left to say
When the only one that meant something is gone

I should have let you go
When I saw that
It was over in you eyes
What do I have to do
To get rid of you
I'll be better on my own
Now I missed the sun
But as long as I'm with you
It's just a another rainy day in London

Just another rainy day in London

I remember how beautiful
I used to think you are

I should have let you go
When I saw that
It was over in your eyes(it was over in your eyes)
What do I have to you
To get rid of you(rid of you)
I'll be better on my own(I'll be better on my own)
Now I missed the sun
But as long as I'm with you
It's just another rainy day in London
Just another rainy day in London


Lyrics submitted by xcutesht

"London" as written by Carl Anthony Falk Alexander James Mclean

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