"Dragon Town" as written by Greg Roberts, Herman Ezekiel Williams, Don Letts and Mick Jones....
"Slinky Chinese
Slinky violence"

"Mister Wu no longer has a laundry
Sad to say the business was a flop"

Chinatown Friday night
The weekend is alright
Dragon dance the yellow streets
Gambling dens and sour sweet

Neon signs inside of my head
Better thought and never said
As long as I don't get too close
And I don't offend my hosts

No way out on Gerrard Street
Dragon's heart begins to beat
If this night could last all day
Order you and take away

At this corner we must part
Say goodnight where Soho starts
At this corner we must part
Say goodnight where Soho starts

In the Lido people stare
Pretending I don't care
Thrown a menu I can't read
"What number do you need?"

Fortunes told and fire crack
Letter bold you must get back
I really have no appetite
Dragon town on a Friday night

No way out on Gerrard Street
Dragon's heart begins to beat
If this night could last all day
Order you and take away

"Chinatown
Chinatown"

"Chinatown
Chinatown"

If this night could last all day
Order you and take away

No way out on Gerrard Street
Dragon's heart begins to beat
If this night could last all day
Order you and take away

"Chinatown
Chinatown"

"Chinatown
Chinatown"

If this night could last all day
Order you and take away

No way out on Gerrard Street
Dragon's heart begins to beat
If this night could last all day
Order you and take away


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"Dragon Town" as written by Greg Roberts Don Letts

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