"Wona" as written by and Edward James Milton Dwane Marcus Oliver Johnstone Mumford....
You don't wanna turn away this time
Then why don't you take a different line
Don't have to be cruel to be kind
You don't have to lose your mind
You don't wanna suffer for your art
You don't wanna vivisect your heart
And then if you're falling apart
You're probably trying too hard

In the dawning light I found you breathless
But I won't deny I love you helpless

You don't wanna say what you don't mean
You still want to paint a figure scene
You hide in the wings with a lamp
And cast the shadows on a screen
You don't wanna sing what you can say
Well that's quite a hard game to play
You wanna just say a cliche
But where there's a will there's a way

But in the dawning light I found you breathless
But I won't deny I love you helpless

Wona, (?)
Wona
Wona, (?)
Wona
Wona, (?)
Wona
Wona, (?)
Wona, (?)

In the dawning light I found you breathless
But I won't deny I love you helpless

And I will be yours (wona, (?))
And you will be mine (wona)
And I will be yours (wona, (?))
And you will be mine (wona, (?))


Lyrics submitted by Mellow_Harsher

"Wona" as written by Edward James Milton Dwane Marcus Oliver Johnstone Mumford

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.

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