"Old Siam Sir" as written by and Paul Mccartney....
In a village in Old Siam, sir, there's a lady who's lost her way.
In an effort to find a man, sir, she found herself in the old UK.
She waited 'round in Walthamstowe, she skated 'round in Scarborough.
She waited 'round in Walthamstowe, she skated 'round in Scarborough.
In a village in old east end, sir, she mea fellow who made her real.
Took her rushes to show, this man, sir,
He met her dad at the wedding meal.

In a letter from Old Siam, sir, came an awful tale of woe.
She decided the only answer was to get off a pile of dough.
She waited 'round in Walthamstowe, she skated 'round in Scarborough.
She waited 'round in Walthamstowe, she skated 'round in Scarborough.
When a relative told her man, sir, he directed her not to stay.
In a village in Old Siam, sir, there's a lady who'se lost her way.

In a village in Old Siam, sir, there's a lady who'se lost her way.
In an effort to find a man, sir, she found herself in the old UK.
She waited 'round in Walthamstowe, she skated 'round in Scarborough.
She waited 'round in Walthamstowe, she skated 'round in Scarborough.

In a village in Old Siam, sir, there's a lady who'se lost her way.
In an effort to find a man, sir, she found herself in the old UK.
Walthamstowe, Scarborough...


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"Old Siam, Sir" as written by Paul Mccartney

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    General CommentI'm so surprised no one else has commented on this one. This song is quite simply amazing. It rocks in a way Macca had never achieved up to that point (no, not even on "Helter Skelter"), nor has he achieved it since. If you haven't heard it, listen to it NOW. The lyrics are no big deal, but it has perhaps the greatest intro to any Paul McCartney song in existance.
    majestikmoose9on February 02, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThis Song ROCKS !!!!
    edgeturbo03on March 03, 2006   Link

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