Текст песни Lou Doillon - I.C.U.

I wake up some morningsthank God not as often as I used toslow and heavy from dreams with youyou've found a way back in once againmy long lost friendfunny to see that after all these yearsI miss you the sameSo I drag myself to the corner cafeand for a second I see you therelike in the good old daysand I wonder what you're doing?what are you up to these days?I sometimes wish you would call mebut then I wouldn't know what to sayand I see you, in every cab that goes by,in the strangers at every cross road, in every bar

it takes a glass or twofor it to settle downfor your shadows to stop following me aroundI find myself walking backto all the places we knewdreaming and wishingto somehow run into youAnd of course I wonderdoes it happen to you?Does my ghost ever come looking for you?Cause all that's left nowAre my dreams and memoriesBut I'm glad you came through my lifeAnd put your stain on meand I see you, in every cab that goes by,in the strangers at every cross road, in every bar
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