"Finchley Central" as written by Johnny Pacheco and Geoff Stephens....
Finchley Central is two and sixpence
From Golders Green on the Northern Line
And on the platform, by the kiosk
That's where you said you'd be mine

There we made a date
For hours I waited
But I'm blowed, she never showed

At Finchley Central, ten long stations
From Golders Green, change at Camden Town
I thought I'd made you
But I'm afraid you really let me down

At Finchley Central, ten long stations
From Golders Green, change at Camden Town
I thought I'd made you
But I'm afraid you really let me down

There we made a date
For hours I waited
But I'm blowed, she never showed

At Finchley Central, ten long stations
From Golders Green, change at Camden Town
I thought I'd made you
But I'm afraid you really let me down

Finchley Central
Two and sixpence
Mind the dogs please


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"Finchley Central" as written by Geoffrey Stephens Alan Charles Klein

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