"Helsinki Nights" as written by and Jim Pembroke....
Rain or snow, light or dark
Life goes on down in Mine-Shaft Park
And you can take it easy, or take it hard
Movin' down the Esplanade
In those everlovin' Helsinki nights

And you can groove up and down Annabelle Street
Maybe find yourself a bench or a seat
That ain't been taken or sat upon
By the numerous species around there
In those everlovin' Helsinki nights

An' way down past the Senate Square
You will find a maiden fair
The seasons go, but she's still there
Her seals for company
In those everlovin' Helsinki nights

Everlovin' Helsinki nights
Although the wind be blowin'
Everlovin' Helsinki nights
And though it might be snowing

An' you can go up by the railroad yard
Coast on down by the Boulevarde
Out along past the shipping docks
Fisher women all counting their stocks
In those everlovin' Helsinki nights

Those everlovin' Helsinki nights!
Those everlovin' Helsinki nights!


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"Helsinki Nights" as written by Jim Pembroke

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