There is a lion
Coming into London Town
Walking on the promenade
Standing in the underground

He's not afraid of the rain, the pain
Things are going to change
I can feel it in my veins
He's not afraid of the rain, the pain
Things are going to change
I can feel it now

He is the glimmer of hope to the all alone
He is the voice of reason on the telephone' He plays bigger shows than the Rolling Stones
But he wont let you down

Somebody cut the lights on
In the city where the sun doesn't shine
He's gonna take you for a ride
Down the Piccadilly line

He's not afraid of the rain, the pain
Things are going to change
I can feel it in my veins
He's not afraid of the rain, the pain
Things are going to change
I can feel it now

He is the hand of justice to the innocent
He's not the Judge he's not the jury
He's the evidence
He's got more connection than the president
And he's got you on his mind


Lyrics submitted by CoreTaKnee

London Town song meanings
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