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Paul Weller – Sunflower lyrics

I don't care how long this lasts
We have no future - we have no past
I write this now while I'm in control
I'll choose the words and how the melody goes -
Along winding streets we walked hand in hand
And how I long for that sharp wind
To take my breath away again
I'd run my fingers through your hair
Hair like a wheatfield I'd run through
That I'd run through -

And I miss you so - I miss you so
No you're gone I feel so alone
I miss you so

I'd send you a flower - a sunflower bright
While you cloud my days messing up my nights

And all the way up to the top of your head
Sunshower kisses I feld we had

And I miss you so - I miss you so
All I gotta do is think of you - and I miss you so
Baby I'm afraid to say why - I miss you so



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