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The Senators – The London Bridge lyrics

I may never bridge the gap that exists
From my fingertips to your body and back again
If I can't say on my dying day
That I spent my time making you smile
I didn't quite live

They took brick by brick the whole London Bridge
And moved it to some lonely desert to sit
It weathers away, miles from the Thames
Where it once stood for kings, my fair darling

It's falling
I'm head over heels for you dear
If sticks and bones can't hold it up
I'd swim across to you

And she sat outside that café
As I pulled back the shades I saw her face

In the sunlight it blinded me
With atoms colliding thousands of miles way
But she felt further from me

Well I wish I could tell you how I feel
Keep your ear to the ground
'Cause I'm singing it out at the top of my lungs
That I need you
From the other side of the stream

It's falling
I'm head over heels for you dear
If sticks and bones can't hold it up
I'd swim across to you

It's falling
I'm head over heels for you dear
If silver and gold can't hold it up
I'd get across to you



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