"Memory Of You" as written by Cheryl Tweedy, Kimberly Walsh, Nadine Coyle, Nicola Roberts, Sarah Harding, Miranda Cooper, Brian Higgins, Tim Powell and Giselle Somerville....
Late at night I dream
I'm falling in to love again
Twenty five electric angels
Are dancing in the rain

Paradise with ice cream skies
Shine lasers in the night
When I wake the colour's faded
Back to black and white

When I lost you in Japan
For a moment I was holding your hand
But you turn and ran away
Just in time to catch the last late night train

And I wonder, do you ever wonder too?
'Cause I, hunger for the memory of you
And I wonder, do you ever wonder too?
'Cause I, hunger for the memory of you

I lie awake as day is dawning
Burning pink and white
Wondering if sheep count us when
They can't sleep at nights

Second hang over today
Surfing channels til I bleach out the pain
Static on the radio
Burn the toast and leave the tea to turn cold

And I wonder, do you ever wonder too?
'Cause I, hunger for the memory of you
And I wonder, do you ever wonder too?
'Cause I, hunger for the memory of you

And I wonder, do you ever wonder too?
'Cause I, hunger for the memory of you
And I wonder, do you ever wonder too?
'Cause I, hunger for the memory of you


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