song by Lianne La Havas
Fairytale lyrics

And in the nighttime, she's beautiful
She's got her mother's nose
But she won't remember a thing at all
'Cause in your arms, she's home

Here comes the rain again, so strong
Oh, you'll get by until it's gone
She'll never realize what's wrong
He can't survive it all, the wind, the rain
The storm and the tidal wave
Oh, she's brave, a soul to save
It's plain to see I don't believe in fairytales
Into the wind she sails
But justice always prevails

Oh, baby, sleep until we reach much calmer seas
I'll take you away with me,
and save you from this disease

Stunned by the greatness, he's miles away
I wonder how you'll cope
But we're here to witness her eyes degrade
Her south London and smile seize hope

Here comes the rain again, so strong
Boy, you'll get by until it's gone
She'll never realize what's wrong
You kept her eyes to the sun
You found the remedy to move on
and you can smile again
It's unconditional, that love
It's plain to see I don't believe in fairytales
Into the wind, she sails
But justice always prevails

Oh, baby, sleep until we reach much calmer seas
I'll take you away with me
To save you from this disease
It's clear to me that no one holds monopoly
She'll set your beauty free
And grant you your dignity
So baby, sleep, until we reach much calmer seas
I'll take you away with me
To save you from this disease

[Outro:]
And in the nighttime, she's beautiful
I'm sure her mother knows