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London (I'm Coming To See You) Lyrics

from Capitol Years 1965-77

"London (I'm Coming To See You)" is track #22 on the album Capitol Years 1965-77.
"London (I'm Coming To See You)" is track #22 on the album Capitol Years 1965-77.

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London (I'm coming to see you)
Glen Campbell
Home is where I'm going
No matter how long it takes
and I've been living high 'n' free, love
It's time for me to try another way
I think I'll send her a postcard
So she can meet my train
Well I don't know what I'll say to her
I've caused her so much pain
London, I'm-a coming to see you
London, has it really been that long
I know I've been away
But I'm just calling to tell you
I'm leaving today
Sitting here in Durham County
Lord I'm trying to get more pay
You know it's good to hear your voice again
You say the words I like to hear you say
Now I'm trying to read your letter
It's been almost a year
It did me good to get away from you
Now I'm wishing you were here
London, I'm-a coming to see you
London, has it really been that long
I know I've been away
But I'm just calling to tell you
I'm leaving today
London, I'm-a coming to see you
London, has it really been that long
London, London, London (Yeah, I'm a coming to see you)
London, has it really been that long
London, London, London
(Yeah, I'm a coming to see you)

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