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The London Rail roars ahead
Nineteen by the light of the room
Luggage up above our beds
I jolt and sway 'til I reach you

Tangled up are two legs
Two legs, two legs
Tangled up our two legs
Hold up, cuz it ain't ever felt like this before

It takes me back to my hometown
My first kiss down under oak trees
Does it take you back to your chateaux?
Or Marseilles, down on the sea side
It takes me back to my hometown
When you kiss me, I feel the whole train shake
It takes you back to your chateaux
I wanna hold this in

Ginger Ale on the plane
I'll wake you up when we get there
I change my mind, but you don't complain
I can't help when I miss you

American boy starts to feel it
Do you feel it? Do you feel it, too?
American boy, isn't it strange?
Isn't it strange, this ain't the same.

It takes me back to my hometown
My first kiss down under oak trees
It takes you back to your chateaux
I must say down on the sea side
It takes me back to my hometown
When you kiss me, I feel the whole plane burn
It takes you back to your chateaux
I wanna hold this in

Cuz it ain't ever felt like this I swear
I ain't fooling, yeah, you floored me
Oh I ain't ever had a kiss like yours

Cuz it ain't ever felt like this I swear
I ain't fooling, yeah, you floored me
I ain't ever had a kiss like yours
American boy you're just dreaming

Cuz it ain't ever felt like this I swear
I ain't fooling, yeah, you floored me
I ain't ever had a kiss like yours
I'm drunk still, I'm drunk still


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