"I Will Never See the Sun" as written by and Anthony Dekker....
I will never see the sun
Spadina, St. George, Bay, and Yonge
One for nothing, all for one
Spadina, St. George, Bay and Yonge

Hey you look like royalty
Weren't you born with muddy feet?
Hoarse, in high tops, totally lost
Those two streets will never meet

I will never see the sun
Spadina, St. George, Bay, and Yonge
One for nothing, all for one
Spadina, St. George, Bay and Yonge

So the map says 'you are here'
Waltzing in a garbage pile
Sweating like a weather's vein
Coughing thunder, sneezing rain

I will never see the sun
Spadina, St. George, Bay, and Yonge
One for nothing, all for one
Spadina, St. George, Bay and Yonge

There's a rag just up the street
Eats his history to keep warm
Got some blankets, got some bags
Screams confessions, shouts in vain

I will never see the sun
Spadina, St. George, Bay, and Yonge
One for nothing, all for one
Spadina, St. George, Bay and Yonge


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"I Will Never See the Sun" as written by Anthony Dekker

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    General CommentRight you are, fivedollarstory. Spadina, St. George, Bay and Yonge are all stops along the luxurious Toronto Transit System.

    You know, I never thought a song about the dirty subway system in T.O. could be so damn charming or romantic...but there you go. Musicians make miracles.
    LMKon January 31, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti think i heard somewhere this is about the toronto subway system
    fivedollarstoryon October 05, 2006   Link
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    My Interpretation"There’s a rag just up the street
    Eats his history to keep warm
    Got some blankets, got some bags
    Screams confessions, shouts in vain"

    These lines are definitely about our city's homeless population.
    jackiermon October 10, 2011   Link
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    Song FactA reference to how you can switch subway lines in Toronto at Spadina, St. George, Bay, and Yonge stations and never have to come up from the underground.
    TomeOneon November 09, 2014   Link

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