Summer in her hair

I barely know her
But when I touch her shoulder
There's a warmth that lingers
Like the summer in her hair that lingers
With the winter in mind

Gentle as the breezes that carry me home
Heavy as my heart that sinks like stone
I know it ain't wrong
I know it ain't wrong

After party at the station
We struck up a conversation
I was telling her all about England
On my mind it's always there in England
Lost in Leicester Square

I'll be going back to London
With a fistful of sunlight
Hand it out for free up in Willesden
Hand it out for 50p in Hampstead
Spread it all across the Heath

Gentle as the breezes that carry me home
Heavy as my heart that sinks like a stone
I know it ain't wrong
I know it ain't wrong

Tomorrow's lips will say
They want to be kissed today
So in my passenger seat she may linger
Like a song that can't forget the singer
Singing things I dare not say


Lyrics submitted by Mellow_Harsher

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