"Livin' In The Streets" as written by and Lawrence Hayward....
it's getting cold outside it's winter in the city all the beggars
and tramps are freezing what a pity "you're so cruel" oh yeah I
tell you someone's gotta pay now we'll hose down these dirty
streets and wash ‘em all away now you're livin' on the streets
you're livin' on the streets you're livin' on the streets you're livin'
on the streets allright now!! the light from st paul's splits the
shadows on the river a teenage girl is crying

‘cause her mother
wont forgive her the cardboard city kids dip dunkin' donuts in
their strongbow some stinkin' squatter high on glue's just
stumbled through a sixth floor window you're livin' on the streets you're livin'

on the streets you're livin' on the streets
you're livin' on the streets "I'll drive around in any car and claim
all this is mine I'll live or die in any town I choose the choice is
mine"

"I'll take a ride in any car and claim all this is mine I'll live
or die in any town I choose the choice is mine I'll sit and watch
your cities burn I don't care what happens now

I'll disappear down your allewaysno-one owns me no not now I'm living on
the streets'' you're livin' on the streets etc "I'll watch your
cities burn down".


Lyrics submitted by chamacuti

Livin' In The Streets song meanings
Add your thoughts

No Comments

sort form View by:
  • No Comments

Add your thoughts

Log in now to tell us what you think this song means.

Don’t have an account? Create an account with SongMeanings to post comments, submit lyrics, and more. It’s super easy, we promise!

Back to top
explain