Diagon Alley is neat
For wizards, it can't be beat

It's the place they go to get stuff
It's the place they go to get stuff

Robes and cauldrons and owls and broomsticks
Bacon and wands and every flavour beans

It's the place I want to be
Oh it's the place I want to be


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    General CommentVery good, Jimmy! You get an A- on your 2nd grade poetry assignment. But next time try to rhyme a little more.
    Reynard Muldrakeon August 07, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThis song is a figurative prose of how the world today functions as a whole.
    "It's the place they go to get stuff"- Pure genius. It symboliozes how today's society must recieve and posess worldy objects to obtain a feeling of happiness.
    I applaud you, Harry and the Potters.
    so__veryeclecticon April 18, 2006   Link
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    General Commentstop trying to be clever
    they're only writing about harry potter.
    :)
    but yes, pure genius i agree.

    i want to go shopping in diagon alley :D
    Handguns_For_Heartson January 26, 2007   Link

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