George Ezra – Budapest

George Ezra Budapest lyrics

My house in Budapest
My hidden treasure chest
Golden grand piano
My beautiful Castillo

You
Ooh, you
Ooh, I'd leave it all

My acres of a land
That I've achieved
It may be hard for you to,
Stop and believe

But for you
Ooh, you
Ooh, I'd Leave it all

Ooh, for you
Ooh, you
Ooh, I'd leave it all

Give me one good reason
Why I should never make a change
Baby if you hold me
Then all of this will go away

My many artifacts
The list goes on
If you just say the words
I I'll up and run

To you
Ooh, you
Ooh, I'd leave it all

Ooh, to you
Ooh, you
Ooh, I'd leave it all

Give me one good reason
Why I should never make a change
Baby if you hold me
Then all of this will go away

Ooh

My friends and family
They don't understand
They fear they'll lose so much
If you take my hand

But, for you
Ooh, you
Ooh, I'd lose it all

Ooh, for you
Ooh, you
Ooh, I'd lose it all.

Give me one good reason
Why I should never make a change
Baby if you hold me
Then all of this will go away

My house in Budapest
My, my hidden treasure chest,
Golden grand piano
My beautiful Castillo

You
Ooh, you
Ooh, I'd leave it all.

Ooh, for you
Ooh, you
Ooh, I'd leave it all

Give me one good reason
Why I should never make a change
And baby if you hold me
Then all of this will go away (×2)

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Overview

"Budapest" by George Ezra is a smooth ride on acoustic guitar. First released in Italy as the second track on Ezra's debut album, Wanted on Voyage, on 13 December 2013, the song has been called "catchy" and a pop icon despite its laid-back, folk-blues style. According to Ezra, the message behind "Budapest" is that nothing is more important than love, not wealth or material possessions, or even a "hidden treasure chest". The song is a lyrical list of what the singer would give up for someone.

The 22-year-old singer/songwriter wrote "Budapest" and other songs from Wanted on Voyage on a month-long train journey around Europe. This trip was very inspirational to all of the songs on the album, particularly "Budapest". The city of Budapest was the one location that the singer says he was unable to visit, even though he planned to go. This theme of sacrifice led to the hit song.

"Budapest" was performed on Jimmy Fallon's Tonight Show, and has been released in Italy, the United Kingdom, and the United States, achieving a great deal of popularity for the young star. Ezra has also headlined at venues such as New York City's Terminal 5 and London's Somerset House.

The best section of the song Budapest by George Erza to set to a ringtone would be the second chorus, from 0:01 to 0:30. Not only is this one of the most iconic passages in the song, but its upbeat style will be guaranteed to wriggle into the ears of everyone in the room.

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