"Valentine [LP Version]" as written by Wayne Hussey, Mark Gemini Thwaite, Mick Brown and Richard John Carter....
Sometimes she fades away
She's seen too many movies
Killing enough rainy days
With nothing else to do

We'll make our escape
Like the end of Casablanca
Taking off from a dark runway
With nothing left to lose

The sun is shining somewhere
Somewhere far away
I could sell everything and go there
Just to hear her say, listen my

Valentine, say the line
We can be famous for tonight
Superstar, there you are
Bigger than life in black and white
Valentine, say the line
We can just leave it all behind
Say the line, my valentine

Just like roman holiday
A princess and a schemer
Killing an ordinary day
Any way they choose

Back in Hollywood
Convertibles and palm trees
Matinee movie-stars and sunscreen
I wonder if it's true

The sun is rising somewhere
Brighter every day
We'll forget everything and go there
Nothing's in the way

Listen my valentine, say the line
We can be famous for tonight
Superstar, there you are
Bigger than life in black and white
Valentine, say the line
We can just leave it all behind
Say the line, my valentine
Leave it all behind

Sometimes she starts to fade
With starry eyes she tells me
"I want a place in the sun"
She's not the only one

The sun is shining somewhere
Somewhere far away
If we just pack our bags and go there
Everything will change

Valentine, say the line
We can be famous for tonight
Superstar, there you are
Bigger than life in black and white
Valentine, say the line
We can just leave it all behind
Say the line, my valentine

We can just leave it all behind
We can just leave it all behind
We can just leave it all behind
We can just leave it all behind

Valentine


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"Valentine" as written by Mark Gemini Thwaite Wayne Hussey

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