I stayed in last night
I wasn't feeling all right
I knew it couldn't last
I started thinking of you

And I wished we could be dancing in the dark
(Really slow)
Oh, it's good to know
Tomorrow, you are coming home

(I won't be so alone)
I feel heaven in you
Don't you know
I feel heaven in you

Oh, it's true
I can't let go
I miss you, oh you know
Sitting alone

With the TV on
I fell asleep
I was hoping you'd call
And I dreamed we could be dancing in the dark

(Really slow)
Oh, it's good to know
Tomorrow, you are coming home
(I won't be so alone)

I feel heaven in you
Don't you know
I feel heaven in you
Oh, it's true

I can't let go
I miss you, oh you know
Angel interceptor
Apollo 21

Uri Gagarin
Flew into the sun
The angels in heaven
Look down where he lay

Oh tomorrow you are coming home
I feel heaven in you
Don't you know
I feel heaven in you

Oh it's true
I can't let go
I miss you, oh you know


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    I dunno, I think Girl From Mars is better, but this is still very good. The singer's girlfriend (I presume) seems to have been away, and now that she's almost back he seems to want her more than ever. It's cute.

    TheSilverNobleon April 17, 2007   Link
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    whenever i hear this song i think of my boyfriend, i think the lyrics are so sweet b/c i really do feel heaven in the ones i love

    Shibbyon September 10, 2002   Link
  • 0
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    beautiful!

    pabloredfoxon April 05, 2003   Link
  • 0
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    my favourite ash song, ever. <3x

    rahtwinkleon April 14, 2003   Link
  • 0
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    Always liked this one more than Girl From Mars. Definitely one of Ash's best.

    ReActoron April 21, 2004   Link
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    Can't understand how this was overlooked in favor of Girl from Mars. Definitely a superior song. I wish they'd play it more often during their live shows. The solo in the song is just mind-blowing, as well as being happy happy HAPPY!

    aniymon August 12, 2005   Link
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    I love this song, this is one of the most genuinely and adorably happy songs I have ever heard.

    lenny_rocks2678on May 22, 2009   Link

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