"Early Morning Cold Taxi" as written by and Roger Daltrey David Langston....
Hi there, 3:36, it's cold, I know I'm growing old,
With life's best side on the downward slope,
It's in my own hands, I know I'll cope,
My girl's with me and all my friends can see

Here I am again,
Early morning cold taxi
Early morning cold taxi

Done it before, do it again,
Know from experience it's not in vain,
She's the best I've had, I cannot see, what someone else can do to me
It's a long way home but love's so warm, you'll see

Here I am again,
Early morning cold taxi
Early morning cold taxi

Early morning cold taxi,
Each time I do it, I feel so down and out,
Early morning cold taxi,
Though my mind thinks strange I'll keep on, no doubt

3:36, it's cold, I know I'm growing old,
One day we'll be wed,
This I know for it's what she said,
Then no more will my mind be uneasy

Early morning cold taxi,
Each time I do it, I feel so down and out,
Early morning cold taxi,
Though my mind thinks strange I'll keep on, no doubt

3:36, it's cold, I know I'm growing old,
One day we'll be wed,
This I know for it's what she said,
Then no more will my mind be uneasy

Here I am again,
Early morning cold taxi
Early morning cold taxi


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"Early Morning Cold Taxi" as written by Roger Daltrey David Langston

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    General CommentI'm pretty confident Roger wrote almost nothing. When they were working on their mid-60's album, "A Quick One (While He's Away)," the producer tried to get each member of The Who to contribute songs. "See My Way" was attributed to Roger, but it was almost entirely written by Pete.
    PencilNeckedGeekon March 28, 2009   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis song is great in a Beatles-esque type of way. One of the better songs on Sell Out in my opinion.
    Drdestructoon September 02, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Commentdidnt Roger write this or contribute?
    lmaster65on November 08, 2006   Link

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