"Walter (London or Manchester)" as written by and Peter/heppner Heppner....
Hey, you, come down and play.
Oh, I don't know, what can I say?
You know, there lies a day ahead
we will enjoy and laugh like mad.

Wait just a second here,
I'll be back soon, most sincere
and then I'll show you how it's done:
I know a thousand ways to have some fun.

And then a laugh appeared,
and made our day.
Gone were all our fears
of being afraid.

And then a laugh appeared,
and made our day.
Gone were all our fears.

Hey, friend, I know you well,
so be careful 'bout what you say:
I could take it seriously,
and then one day we'd have to leave.

But let's go, we'll find our place:
we will not pass without a trace,
and I know we'll make it there,
in London or in Manchester

And then a song appeared,
and we dreamed on.
Gone were all our fears
of being no one.

And then a song appeared,
and we dreamed on.
Gone were all our fears.

Hey, man, it's dark in here,
and I can't find you anywhere.
I don't know if I can bear
to know that you're not still somewhere.

And then a laugh appeared,
and made our day.
Gone were all our fears
of being afraid.

And then a laugh appeared,
and made our day.
Gone were all our fears.

And then a song appeared,
and we dreamed on.
Gone were all our fears
of being no one.

And then a song appeared,
and we dreamed on.
Gone were all our fears.


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