"Blue Piccadilly" as written by Daniel Giles Sells, Richard Peter Jones, Kevin Francis Jeremiah, Paul Ronald Stewart and Ciaran David Jeremiah....
My pianos out of tune
I wish it wasn't
I wish that you were mine
I wish that my heart was stronger

My pianos out of tune
I wish it wasn't
I wish we had more time
I wish that my world was softer
And I'm on a helicopter

I've had this feeling before
My heart is crawling in the mud, mud, mud
Id feel much better I'm sure if I had a helicopter

This telephone's out of use
I wish it wasn't
I wish you loved me more
I wish that your world was closer

This telephone's out of use
I wish somebody would take me to your door
I wish that my world was finer
And we were on an ocean liner

I've had this feeling before
My heart is crawling in the mud, mud, mud
Id feel much better I'm sure if I had an ocean liner

My pianos out of tune
I wish it wasn't
I wish we had more time
I wish that my world was softer
And I'm on a helicopter

I'm on a helicopter

I've had this feeling before
My heart is crawling in the mud, mud, mud
Id feel much better I'm sure if I had a helicopter, if I had a helicopter
My heart is crawling in the mud, mud, mud
My heart is crawling in the mud, mud, mud
Mud, Mud..


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"Blue Piccadilly" as written by Daniel Sells Ciaran Jeremiah

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