Standing In The Dark Lyrics – Lawson

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Lawson is a young and promising British pop-rock band. Today we are listening to their fresh single, Standing in the Dark, which is part of their debut studio album, titled Chapman Square. The track was released on October 14, 2012, in the United Kingdom. It offers the listener a range of feelings, from love and admiration to bitter disappointment and regret. Watch the Standing in the Dark music video and comment if you are going to add Lawson’s new single into your playlist!

Lawson – Standing In The Dark Music Video

Lawson – Standing In The Dark Song Words

Sitting here wide awake
Thinking about when I last saw you
I know you’re not far away
I close my eyes and I still see you
Lying here next to me
Wearing nothing but a smile

Gotta leave right away
Counting cracks along the pavement
To see you face to face
Thinking about the conversation
I know I’m not one to change
I’ve never wanted nothing more
But as I walk up to your door

I’m standing in the dark
She’s dancing on the table
I’m looking through the glass
She’s someone else’s angel
It may sound stupid that I’m wanting you back
Lyrics are provided by Geniusbeauty.com

But I’m wanting you back, girl
And now I’m standing in the dark, dark, oh
Dark, dark

All I want to do is hide
But I can’t stop myself from staring
Wishing his hands were mine
I can’t stop myself from caring
And as he turns down the lights
I’m feeling paralyzed
And as he looks into her eyes
Yeah, alright

I’m standing in the dark
She’s dancing on the table
I’m looking through the glass
She’s someone else’s angel
It may sound stupid that I’m wanting you back
But I’m wanting you back, girl
And now I’m standing in the dark, dark, oh
Dark, dark, oh
Dark, dark, oh
Dark, dark, ohh, oohh

I’m standing in the dark
I’m standing in the dark

I’m standing in the dark
She’s dancing on the table
I’m looking through the glass
She’s someone else’s angel
It may sound stupid that I’m wanting you back
But I’m wanting you back, girl
And now I’m standing in the dark, dark, oh
Dark, dark, oh
Dark, dark
She’s someone else’s angel
She’s someone else’s angel