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London Luck & Love is a song interpreted by Hall & Oates, released on the album Bigger Than Both Of Us in 1976.

London Luck & Love lyrics

Walking in time to the ringing bell
Water stained where the raindrops fell
On an island of green in a city sea
Where traffic-sound breakers roll in to me

I never thought I'd be up this morning
But London is calling to me
And I never thought that I'd find somebody
And never be caught, never be caught so easily

London, luck and love
What else could l be dreaming of?
The place, the chance, the feeling of
London, luck and love
What else could I be dreaming of?

London and love were in your eyes
And luck came the moment we realized
That mornings are better spent in bed
And some things are better left unsaid

I never felt so close so quickly
'Cause no one gets this close to me
And I never thought that I'd find somebody
And never be caught, never be caught so easily

London, luck and love
What else could l be dreaming of?
The place, the chance, the feeling of
London, luck and love
What else could I be dreaming of?

London, luck and love
What else could l be dreaming of?
The place, the chance, the feeling of
London, luck and love

London, luck and love
What else could l be dreaming of?
The place, the chance, the feeling of

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