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Laura Marling – London Town lyrics

I know, I know she came to save you,
But she knocked my drink over too,
And I know, I know that she wants you,
She looks at you the way that I do.
Well if you think that I'm lying why would I give up trying so soon.

Where'd you go, where'd you go,
Where'd you leave me off my soul, where'd you go?
And how's it now, how's it now, how's it back in London town where you let me down.

And I know, I know what you've been through,
You think I don't care but I really do.
And I know, I know that it hurts you,
But you've been clean 6 years now, what would you do.
Well if you think that I'm lying why would I give up trying so soon.

Where'd you go, where'd you go,
Where'd you leave me off my soul, where'd you go?
And how's it now, how's it now, how's it back in London town where you let me down.

And it's all the bad things,
I wish I hadn't done.
I know you're all about the dancing but I,
I just don't find it fun.
Would you care if I care too?
Would you run from you?

Where'd you go, where'd you go,
Where'd you leave me off my soul, where'd you go?
And how's it now, how's it now, how's it back in London town where you let me down



Lyrics taken from http://www.lyricsmode.com/lyrics/l/laura_marling/london_town.html

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