Old Grey London

from Ramble by Steve Folk

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lyrics

oh london town,
how I am used to you,
your curvy streets and countless avenues,
I pass them by without a sigh,
without a point of view,
you grew fat and old and I'm not sure if I still love you.

And how sad,
that the thrill has gone,
red double decker bus doesn't turn me on,
oh the days when I was high
from the thought of you
you grew fat and old and I'm not sure if I still love you.

there are still many doors to open,
and just as many floors to soak in,
I won't be giving up on her jusy yet
I'll arm myself with a to z
and gatecrash with hypochrosy
Oh London town I'll never forget
Oh London town I'll never forget

oh london town,
how I am used to you,
your lifeless grey bridges and your dull statues,
don't inspire me to sing
like they used to do,
you grew fat and old and I'm not sure if I still love you.

credits

from Ramble, released June 25, 2012
All songs written by Steve Thompson AKA Blabbermouth
Vocals and Guitar:
Steve Thompson AKA Blabbermouth
Additional Instruments/Programming:
Ian Faragher
Production and Mixing: Ian Faragher
Mastering: Air Studios
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