Song by Ralph McTell

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Category - Contemporary song

Streets Of London


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K:C W:1 W:Have you seen the old man W:In the closed down market W:Kicking up the papers W:With his worn out shoes? W:In his eyes, you see no pride W:Hand held loosely at his side W:Yesterday's paper W:Telling yesterday's news W: W:ch W:So, how can you tell me you're lonely W:And say for you that the sun don't shine? W:Let me take you by the hand W:And lead you through the streets of London W:I'll show you something to make you change your mind W: W:2 W:Have you seen the old girl W:Who walks the streets of London W:Dirt in her hair W:And her clothes in rags? W:She's no time for talking W:She just keeps right on walking W:Carrying her home W:In two carrier bags W: W:3 W:In the all night cafe W:At a quarter past eleven W:Same old man W:Sitting there on his own W:Looking at the world W:Over the rim of his tea cup W:Each tea lasts an hour W:And he wanders home alone W: W:4 W:Have you seen the old man W:Outside the seaman's mission W:Memory fading with W:The medal ribbons that he wears? W:In our winter city W:The rain cries a little pity W:For one more forgotten hero W:And a world that doesn't care % % % % % % % % %]

						
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Song by Ralph McTell

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Category - Contemporary song