Lonely boy Gazing on the afternoon People drifting cross the surface of the twilight day There's a little yellow manStanding by the railway station Painting portraits on the brickwallsOf Billie Holloway Lovely lady smile,Dance, my dear,I'm only operating on Lassie come home This was authentic you, she spoke,This was authentic you who blew me cold She had no chance to realizeIt hit her straight between the eyesSo I've been told In the park, she's giving out some photographs On which she's giving out some photosOf what she hands around They videoed a ghost tonite,She said before I turned it off It rode an orange paper bikeAnd left without a sound Keep on riding, Sir, open up the doorAnd shout it out Lassie come home, come home This was authentic you, she spoke,This was authentic you who blew, who blew me cold I had no chance to realizeIt hit her straight between the eyesSo I've been told Lonely girl Dancing in a music hall Lightning struck her silver starshipAnd turned it into stone And now she's falling all the timeInto that void beyond her grey eyes Somewhere a telephone is ringingBut nobody's at home Hello, junkie sweetheart Listen now, this is your captain calling Your captain is dead Keep on riding, Sir, open up the doorAnd shout it out, shout it outShout it outShout it out Lassie come home This is your captain calling We're falling all the time All the time Lassie come home
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Lassie Come Home Lyrics

Alphaville – Lassie Come Home Lyrics

Songwriters: RICKY ECHOLETTE, MARIAN GOLD, BERNARD LLOYD
Lassie Come Home lyrics © DOWNTOWN MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC

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