"Uptown" as written by David Greenfield, Brian John Duffy, Jean Jacques Burnel and Hugh Alan Cornwell....
Gonna grab my crop gonna grab my hat
Gotta change my situation
I'm gonna pick a steed who's been built for speed
Who's a flat-racing sensation
I'm racing Uptown gotta saddle up
So I take my seat I'm off to the meet
Don't know when I'm getting back
I don't care who wins as the race begins
It's a pleasure at the track
I'm racing Uptown gotta saddle up
I'm racing Uptown gotta win that cup
We're all meeting at the track uptown
We're all meeting at the track uptown
I'm racing Uptown gotta saddle up
I'm racing Uptown gotta win that cup
You gotta rein in strong if the race is long
You'll be hoping for a place
Can you believe your luck
You're uptown and stuck
But every jockey won the race
We're all meeting at the track uptown
We're all meeting at the track uptown
I'm racing Uptown gotta saddle up
I'm racing Uptown gotta win that cup


Lyrics submitted by TDracz

"Uptown" as written by Hugh Cornwell Jet Black

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