"Summer On The Underground" as written by and Jason Keith/swindon Perry....
It's summer on the underground
There's so much sweat a man could drown
There's panic on the overland
Yeah, and London Bridge is falling down

Yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah oh

The temperature is ninety-two
It's baking in the vocal booth
And all the tourists come in June
There's so many you can't move
There's people getting rich today
There's people that they've gotta pay
There's loads of places I could go
We should be rockin' in the studio!

Don't feel like working today, I feel like getting away
Don't feel like working today, I feel like getting away

Dalston is a wicked place
At weekends it gets off it's face
And everybody calls you 'mate'
But do they really want to know?
The drinks machine is running out
And please don't use the ticket touts
The ladies have it all on show
We should be rockin' in the studio!

Don't feel like working today, I feel like getting away
Don't feel like working today, I feel like getting away

On my feet for a week, yeah, and nobody cares
And I can't get to sleep thinking nobody shares

Are you talking to me? Get out of my way
We walk on the left and good manners are free
You don't have to pay
You know you just can't see everything in a day
Yeah I'm talking to you
Yeah yeah yeah I know


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"Summer on the Underground" as written by Giles Perry Adam Perry

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    General Commentthis song reminds me totally of 1997 and trapsing round the country to see this wicked, fun new band i'd seen - 'A'! late nights, getting very very drunk and making a tit of myself, and a tour pass with my name on it. cheers! x x x
    lauz_infamyon October 12, 2002   Link

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