"Strutton Ground" as written by and Stephen Hackett....
Leaving Strutton Ground
Through Mermaid Street
To the World's End
Through the Avenue of the 18th day

By an August moon
Richmond Bridge
And Ebury Street by the sea
Over the Broadway and run

To the end of the Pier
From Kent to Cornwall they're
Submerged by the swelling tide
A small tree house walk model

Railway and the butterfly house
The Guinness Clock and rocket
Ride all falling down
You'll hear the screams as

The waltzers go round and round
From the oil wells to
Santa Monica Boulevard
From a zircon ring with the

ELO and a Hollywood choir
Fisherman's Wharf and
A one man band sousaphone
The Lighthouse Road and
Jobsons Cove down below


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"Strutton Ground" as written by Stephen Hackett

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