"Downtown" as written by and William Ernest/cauty Drummond....
See I got me a cab by the side of the road
Then I'm new in town, where should I go
Downtown is the place to speak
The music's gon' be playing till quarter to three

When you'll see people hanging around
You'll see who put the down in downtown
Ain't no need to worry
They gonna play it down and dirty

My friends all told me about this band they had seen
At this little old place down in New Orleans
You gotta go downtown by the riverside
The joy's gonna be jumping out to about quarter to five

Well, you'll see people hanging around
You'll see who put the down in downtown
There's no need to worry, baby, no, no, no
Play it down and dirty

When you'll see people hanging around
You'll see who put the down in downtown
Don't you worry 'bout a thing, no, no, no
They gon' make it jump this way


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"Downtown" as written by Tony Hatch

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