"Cheetham Hill" as written by and Michael Bennett Mark Kumalo Mafalo Smith....
See the fleet of cruising cars
Go past the stations and the bars.
Never stop to get out
In case they choose to cruise about.

Well, I tell you, that boy,
He stopped up at the station.
He must be on a mission of passion
Couldn't make out whether he was from
Salford or...ah... Manchester.

And this London visitor had this to say:
"Cheater"
Cheetham Hill.

Only way you stop is for passion at the station.
Why you cruising? To be unfaithful.
You want to settle up, you want to settle down.
And some man really hurt you.
He isn't around in Cheetham.
You cheated.

Well I tell you,
That boy, he stopped up at the station.
He must be on a mission of passion.

Cheater.
Cheetham Hill.

Where you going, boy? Are you cheatin'?
Is that why you come from Cheetham Hill?
When you stopped up at the station
Was it an excuse to get away from your wife for the evening?

Couldn't make out whether he was from
(Max or Mary)
Salford or...ah...Manchester
(Chutney ferret)
And this London visitor had this to say

"Cheater"
Cheetham
(Cheetham Hill)

(customised
Intentional
There's no need to go berserk
You don't scratch my nice blue Merc
I won't need to go berserk
If you don't scratch my nice green Merc)

And the boy stopped up
At the passion wagon
We couldn't make out where he was from
Salford or Manchester
And this London visitor had this to say


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