I was not looking for Linda, but Linda found me
Hiding away on the slow train home
"Is this one for Paisley? Oh you've got to help me"
She used to work there a long time ago
She'd spent thirty-five pounds on one pack of ciggies
Running an errand for him indoors
Then she kept running straight down to Leeds Central
Took Intercity and left her remorse
I'm looking out for Linda

Never stop looking, never stop looking for Linda
(Looking out for Linda)
Never stop looking, never stop looking for Linda
(Looking out for Linda)

I was looking at Linda, and Linda was pleased
She'd been fighting firewater all that day
She said "Me and drinking means only one thing"
Whispered that she was too polite to say
The train door was jammed, but the time wasn't right
Some guy was holding her back from the window
I said "A fine man", she said "So arrogant!"
"I will decide when I go, or I don't go"
I'm looking out for Linda in the rain

Never stop looking, never stop looking for Linda
(Looking out for Linda)
Never stop looking, never stop looking for Linda
(Looking out for Linda)

I was kissing with Linda as Paisley came closer
She's wiser than alcohol, master of men
Such a connection is finer than true things
I'll always be looking for Linda again

I'm looking out for Linda in the rain
I'm looking out for Linda

Never stop looking, never stop looking for Linda
(Looking out for Linda)
Never stop looking, never stop looking for Linda
(Looking out for Linda)
Never stop looking, never stop looking
Ah, the sweet girl
(Looking out for Linda)
Looking for the girl
Never stop looking, never stop looking
Yeah, yeah
(Looking out for Linda)
Looking for the girl
Never stop looking, never stop looking


Lyrics submitted by sanityassassin, edited by clive10464

Looking For Linda Lyrics as written by Patrick Mark Kane Gregory Philip Kane

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.

Lyrics powered by LyricFind

Looking for Linda song meanings
Add Your Thoughts

2 Comments

sort form View by:

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