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Downtown Line lyrics

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Griffin House – Downtown Line lyrics

Slipped into my shoes, checked out and I was unaware
Till I heard the news
All of the buses and the trains been leveled to the ground
I came to you as if I'd never have to see you go
And held onto you... and held onto you.

Where the main train runs
From London to the Underground
On a downtown line... on a downtown line
Hotel by the station

Summer's night in June
I had a dream all love would come down
You and I... you and I both know
I held onto you
I hold onto you

Where the main train runs
From London to the Underground
On a downtown line... on a downtown line

When did you get so damn terrified of being alone?
Is it really me you want or do I remind you of someone else?
Where the main train runs

From London to the Underground
On a downtown line... on a downtown line
You will haunt me for the rest of my life... You will haunt me for the rest of my life



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