"Harbour Town" as written by and Ivor Arthur Davies....
Well, you can see these people
At the end of every working day
Down at the local bar
Or maybe hanging out in some dark cafe
Down on the waterfront
As the big grey boats come steaming on home
It's anybody's guess
Where the night begins and the party ends

He says "come on baby, take a hold of my hand
'Cause it's Saturday night in the Harbour Town
And this city lights up when the sun goes down
It's Saturday night in the Harbour Town"

And anywhere you look
There's a smooth operator just playing the game
Got the blue jeans, baby,
His hands in his pockets and the same old lines
Looking for a good time
Waiting 'til the ship comes in

He says "come on baby, take a hold of my hand
'Cause it's Saturday night in the Harbour Town
And this city lights up when the sun goes down
It's Saturday night in the Harbour Town"

On the corner of the street where it meets the lane
There's a message on the wall near the telephone
It says, "honey, you can call call me anytime"

He says "come on baby, take a hold of my hand
'Cause it's Saturday night in the Harbour Town
And this city lights up when the sun goes down
It's Saturday night in the Harbour Town"


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"Harbour Town" as written by Ivor Arthur Davies

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