i found you sleeping in london
with a piece of paper
and a calculator
and though you said that you would come to see me play
i'd rather bump into each other at the gate of the no-war procession
today

i was hiding in the park
you were crying through the night
pa pa pa
i was hoping you would dare
me to come and meet you where
you were walking so virtuously

on st george's road
there was a promenade
a little bit of that
wouldn't be so bad, if they knew what it meant
i liked the marmalade
but i didn't go because
it was always closed

there was something atrociously vile
there was one thing much kinder to us
i don't like it cause you don't like it, oh yeah
but i was hopelessly devastated
of course i was so hopelessly devastated
i was hopelessly devastated by them

i was hiding in the park
you were crying through the night
pa pa pa
it didn't matter to me at all
it didn't matter to me because
you were singing
so unconsciously


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