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Annie Lennox – Downtown Lights lyrics

Sometimes I walk away
When all I really wanna do
Is love and hold you right
There is just one thing I can say
Nobody loves you this way
It's all right, can't you see
The downtown lights

In love we're all the same
We're walking down an empty street
And with nobody comin' on me
Empty street, empty night
The downtown lights

How do I know you feel it
How do I know you feel it
How do I know you feel it
How do I know it's true
Yea...
It's alright

Tonight and every night
Let's go walking down this empty street
Let's walk in the cool evening night
Wrong or right, be at my side
The downtown lights...
It will be all right
It will be all right
The downtown lights

How do I know you feel it
How do I know you feel it
How do I know you feel it
How do I know it's true
It's alright
It's alright
The downtown lights
Yea yea

Neons, every cigarettes
The rented rose and rented cars
The crowded streets, the empty bars
Chimneytops, the trumpets
The golden lights, the loving prayers
Colored shoes, the empty trains
I'm tired of crying on the stairs
The downtown lights



Lyrics taken from http://www.lyricsmode.com/lyrics/a/annie_lennox/downtown_lights.html

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