"London Girl" as written by and Paul John Weller....
Do you know what you're looking for?
Streets of gold, fame and fortune?
You didn't fancy working in a factory
But your mum and dad didn't agree

You slept on Waterloo station at first
But now you've moved to a posher squat
You wonder where your next meal will come from
Still it's better than living at home

You're looking tired 'cause it's been three weeks
Since you changed your clothes or washed your feet
But you're learning fast all the time
How to cadge cigarettes and pills

I don't condemn what you done
I know what it is to be young
You're only searching for today
To see the answers about yesterday -
And I hope you find

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"London Girl" as written by Paul John Weller

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