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Komputer – Looking Down On London lyrics

Nothern line from Waterloo
Archway road by tube
Up the hill to Suicide bridge
Looking down on London

Looking down on London
Looking down on London
Looking down on London
Looking down on London

To Highgate wood by Parkland Walk
Stop for a pint in Woodman
A bus to the Broadway to meet some friends
Looking down on London

Looking down on London
Looking down on London
Looking down on London
Looking down on London

Onto the palace above the park
And Phoenix where we rest again
The sun set and lights take over
Looking down on London

Looking down on London
Looking down on London
Looking down on London
Looking down on London
Looking down on London
(Looking down on London)
Looking down on London
(Looking down on London)
Looking down on London
Looking down on London
Looking down on London



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