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Dave Walker
I spent ten days doing nothing, making friends and drinking beer
Love my hometown people but it's getting crazy here
I get a fast train out of Birmingham, wave them all goodbye
Catch a 747 and I'll give L.A. a try

Look out London, look out Kennedy
I'll be coming to Los Angelos and the lady who takes care of me

Going to Arizona to a place I love so well
Cactus must be twelve feet high, the sun is hot as hell
Pack a pair of Levi's, as much wine as I can
'Cause I'm called the Denim Demon I'm a devil of a man

Look out London, look out Kennedy
I'll be coming to Los Angelos and the lady who takes care of me

I spent ten days doing nothing, making friends and drinking beer
Love my hometown people but it's getting crazy here
I get a fast train out of Birmingham, wave them all goodbye
Catch a 747 and I'll give L.A. a try

Look out London, look out Kennedy
I'll be coming to Los Angelos and the lady who takes care of me

Look out London, look out Kennedy
I'll be coming to Los Angelos and the lady who takes care of me



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