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I have a ticket with a destination of your lips
A thousand kilometers of sky, I miss you
And I can't wait
 
It's been days since you went to London
Time has passed slowly since then
And I want to see you again
And the city traps me
And this traffic kills me
 
So I go by train, by bicycle
I even left my suitcase
To arrive at your door
 
I want to dance with only you
You have me crazy, you have me bad
This love is like an American movie
I want to dance with only you, on the moon, under the sea
This love is like an American movie
American
 
Five minutes and you already had me
I never thought I'd see you walking away from me
I want more than memories (More than memories)
 
So turn around and I'll be waiting at the station
I can sit and wait for you if only you come running
Come back and settle in
And it's not the seat that traps me
And this driver guy kills me
So I'll go back any way I can to get to your door
 
So I go by train, by bicycle
I even left my suitcase
To arrive at your door
 
I want to dance with only you
You have me crazy, you have me bad
This love is like an American movie
I want to dance with only you, on the moon, under the sea
This love is like an American movie
American
 
Let's not leave it for tomorrow
Kiss me hard, hard
Until the sun comes up, seated on the balcony
While alcohol takes us higher, alcohol takes us higher
Until the sun comes up, seated on the balcony
Until the sun comes up
 
I want to dance with only you
You have me crazy, you have me bad
This love is like an American movie
I want to dance with only you, on the moon, under the sea
This love is like an American movie
American
 
Bedankt!
1 keer bedankt
Toegevoegd door ariiwariiw op Vrij, 30/07/2021 - 01:55
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