Category: ADELE

He Won’t Go – Adele

But they don’t know you like I do Or at least the sides I thought I knew I cant bear this time It drags on as I lose my mind Reminded by things I find Like notes and clothes you left behind Wake me up, wake me up when all is done I wont rise […]

Best For Last – Adele

It’s been there for days on end and It’s been waiting for you to open up Just you baby, come on now I’m trying to tell you just how I’d like to hear the words roll out of your mouth finally Say that it’s always been me That’s made you feel a way you’ve never […]

My Same – Adele

I think you’re stubborn ‘cept you’re always softening You say I’m selfish, I agree with you on that I think you’re giving out in way too much in fact I say we’ve only known each other one year You say I’ve known you longer my dear You like to be so close, I like to […]

Set Fire To The Rain – Adele

I let it fall, my heart, And as it fell you rose to claim it. It was dark and I was over, Until you kissed my lips and you saved me. My hands they’re strong, but my knees were far too weak, to stand in your arms without falling to your feet, [Bridge:] But there’s […]

Melt My Heart To Stone – Adele

Pulls me down turns me weak for you I find myself repeating like a broken tune And I’m forever excusing your intentions And I give in to my pretendings Which forgive you each time Without me knowing They melt my heart to stone And I hear your words that I made up You say my […]

Right As Rain – Adele

It’s better when something is wrong You get excitement in your bones And everything you do’s a game When night comes and your all on your own You can say I chose to be alone Who want to be right as rain It’s harder when your on top Cause when hard work don’t pay off […]

Hometown Glory – Adele

Missing out the cracks in the pavement And tutting my heel and strutting my feet “Is there anything I can do for you dear? Is there anyone I can call?” “No and thank you, please Madam. I ain’t lost, just wandering” Round my hometown Memories are fresh Round my hometown Ooh the people I’ve met […]