Here again,
took the 140 down to,
Nanny´s place,
green palace we like to call it
memories sentimental childhood remembering
all the things I won´t forget
´cause there in my heart, deep in

I still can taste
The water from the tap I hate so much,
blended with sqaush,
yes, I had my hand always in the biscuit box
and just lately,
as if it was just yesterday,
Uncle Bob´d take me to the lido,
and the bunny park

Sooner or later,
the lights go down on mulberry close,
I will remember,
happy people fightin for those
Sooner or later,
on mulberry close,
I will remember you,
and the smile on the face of yours

Please don´t, please don´t fade away,
you´re a part of me,
you just can´t vanish right in front of me,
as if a part of me was dying
I´ll keep it more than christmas cards
and photographs

Sooner or later,
the lights go down on mulberry close,
I will remember,
happy people fightin for those,
Sooner or later,
on mulberry close,

I will remember you
and the smile on your face

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