"Day On The Town" as written by Graham/barson Mcpherson and Lee/foreman Thompson....
Summer in London, watery sunshine
A place in the city where I can go sometimes
To get on a red bus and go anywhere
See all the sights and not pay the fare

Summer in London

Chip on your shoulder, chips in your mouth
Can you see the old lady with tickets to tout
Getting the tourists into their traps
Taking their money, the shirts off their backs

Summer in London

To get in a taxi and go anywhere
Jump out at the park and not pay the fare
Watch Speakers Corner, listen to their talk
Eating their ice creams, going for a walk

Summer in London, the weather man said
Waking up late got to get out of bed
So much to do got to go everywhere
A day on the town and not pay the fair

Riots in London


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"Day on the Town" as written by Christopher John Foreman Mark William Bedford

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