"Paris" as written by and Nicholas William Hanworth Alan John Redmond....
Moved in from the south
To the one you love.
Said I'm not made of glass tonight.
And look at what you bring
Have these words not meant a thing?
Said I'm not made of glass tonight.
And who's been living here?
'Cause there's two of everything.
Said I'm not breaking down tonight.

And hold me face so
Paris is known

You found me
It's all you had to do
You found me
It's all you had to do

It's funny how a town
Can get found out.
Oh, am I making sense tonight?
And look at what you bring
Has this time not meant a thing?
Oh, am I second class tonight?

And hold my sleep so
Paris is known

You found me
It's all you had to do
You found me
It's all you had to do
You found me
It's all you had to do
You found me
All I found was you


Lyrics submitted by CurtneyIsASuperher0

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    General CommentI got these by just listening to the song, so don't attack me if there are mistakes. I'm not 100% about the line "Paris is known". Known might not be right.
    CurtneyIsASuperher0on October 11, 2008   Link
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    General CommentThis is such a beautiful song. I listen to it every morning. I especially love the "All I found was you" part. It shows that the love is reciprocated. I actually just love this band in general, they could probably record "The Wheels on the Bus" and I would like it. BTW, I looked at the flipbook on La Rocca's website and that line is (I think, I couldn't read it exact) "Moved in from the south to warn you loved"
    Georgefan889on October 14, 2008   Link

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