"Honeymooning Alone" as written by and Natasha Khan....
Walking out, walking out in this cold winter light
All the pretty girls, all the pretty ones have tears in their eyes
And I can't because I don't have you here by my side
And I'll always be, I'll always be the girl that was denied

Driving my car in the night
(Honeymooning alone)
The cans on the road in daylight
(Honeymooning alone)
And your empty seat by my side
(Honeymooning alone)
If I drive far enough will I find my love?

My love, my love
My love, my love

I'm crying now, crying as the stars fail to shine
I'm punning now, punning for your warmth and your smile
And I waited all, I waited all my life for this night
But there's no moon, the moon is to doubt all their lies

Driving my car in the night
(Honeymooning alone)
The cans on the road in daylight
(Honeymooning alone)
And your empty seat by my side
(Honeymooning alone)
If I drive far enough will I find my love?

My love, my love
My love, my love
My love, my love
My love, my love

My love
My love


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"Honeymooning Alone" as written by Natasha Khan

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    Song MeaningBefore performing this song live at Glastonbury, Natasha said that 'the bride has found out that her fiancé-to-be is killed on the way to the church in a crash and so she flees the church and she has to take the honeymoon alone.'
    BatLoveron June 29, 2016   Link

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