"Magic Streets" as written by Thomas Peter Gladwin, Richard James Witter, Alan Steven Leach and Paul Adrian Banks....
We went to the darkest side of town
Where all the ladies hang around
And all the loving can be found
In town

We went to the Early Learning Centre
With the money that I'd lent you
It's the price of an education

Won't you spare me on?
To find a place to meet
And I'll hit you with the worth
I've been down magic streets
'Cause I'm as big as the universe

Will you have another one in there?
And toast the fact that I'm so rare?
And boast about how I don't care because I'm there?

So put your anorak on
And go out and find yourself some fun
It's the price of an education

Won't you spare me on?
To find a place to meet
And I'll hit you with the worth
I've been down magic streets
'Cause I'm as big as the universe

This could never last forever
'Cause you can't fix what's left in bits
And all your magic tricks
Imagine

So put your hooded cloak on
And go out and buy yourself some fun

Won't you spare me on?
To find a place to meet
And I'll hit you with the worth
I've been down magic streets
'Cause I'm as big as the universe

This could never last forever
'Cause you can't fix what's left in bits
And all your magic tricks
I'm magic

The streets are paved with people
And you're just another one


Lyrics submitted by Arthurian

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