"Walking In London" as written by and Johnette Lin Napolitano....
This deja-vu feeling
I know quite well
This psychic confusion
This living hell
A cosmic connection
With someone somewhere
Is coming from your direction
I swear, I swear

And I've been running all this time
And I'm running out of places to go
And I am oh so sick and tired of every face that I know
Everything I do, everything I say
Everything in my head, every night, every day

I've been East, I've been West, I've been North, I've been South
I feel your arms, I hear your voice, I feel your hands, I kiss your mouth

[Chorus:]
And I am walking in London
And you are watching me walk
Talking Italian
And you are hearing me talk
Singing in Sydney
And you were sitting right there
Feeling you in me, everywhere, everywhere

An invisible touch
On the back of my neck
Fingerprints lingering
Warm breath
I'm either going insane
Or I'm a human wire
Receiving a signal
Desire, desire

And I've been running all this time
And I'm running out of places to go
And I am oh so sick and tired of every face that I know
Everything I do, everything I say
Everything in my head, every night, every day

I've been East, I've been West, I've been North, I've been South
I hear your voice, I see your face, I feel your hands, I kiss your mouth

[Chorus]

I've been East, I've been West, I've been North, I've been South
I've been East, I've been West, I've been North, I've been South
I've been East, I've been West, I've been North, I've been South
I feel your arms, I hear your voice, I feel your hands, I kiss your mouth

[Chorus]


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"Walking in London" as written by Johnette Lin Napolitano

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    General CommentAt first I thought this song was about vampires and how they are immortal and the singer is a vampire and keeps running into another one. Now I'm thinking it might be about reincarnation.
    Superblaston July 02, 2004   Link
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    General CommentI always thought this was simply sung from the point of view of someone who can't let go of a lost loved one (whether that person is dead, left, whatever) and although she tries to outrun it, she can't escape the memories of his touch, his voice etc... But the thought about reincarnation is interesting. I'd never thought of that before, but it fits and makes the song more haunting than it already is.
    kickstart71on November 25, 2007   Link

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