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Cemeteries Of London Lyrics

from Viva La Vida or Death and All His Friends

"Cemeteries Of London" is track #7 on the album Viva La Vida or Death and All His Friends. It was written by Martin, Christopher Anthony John / Berryman, Guy Rupert / Buckland, Jonathan Mark / Champion, William.
"Cemeteries Of London" is track #7 on the album Viva La Vida or Death and All His Friends. It was written by Martin, Christopher Anthony John / Berryman, Guy Rupert / Buckland, Jonathan Mark / Champion, William.

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At night they would go walking till the breaking of the day
The morning is for sleeping
Through the dark streets they go searching to see God in their own way
Save the night time for your weeping, your weeping

Singing la la la, la la la ey
And the night over London lay

So we rode down to the river where Victorian ghosts pray
For the curses to be broken
We go underneath the arches where the witches there saying
There are ghost towns in the ocean, the ocean

Singing la la la, la la la ey
And the night over London lay

God is in the houses and God is in my head
And all the cemeteries in London
I see God come in my garden but I dont know what He said
For my heart it wasnt open, not open

Singing la la la, la la la ey
And the night over London lay
Singing la la la, la la la ey
Theres no light over London today

Songwriters
MARTIN, CHRISTOPHER ANTHONY JOHN / BERRYMAN, GUY RUPERT / BUCKLAND, JONATHAN MARK / CHAMPION, WILLIAM

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