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I WISH I WAS IN GLASGOW (Billy Connolly) Iain MacKintosh Oh I wish I was in Glasgow With some good old friends of mine Some good old rough companions And some good old smooth red wine We could talk about the old days And the old town's sad decline And drink to the boys on the road Oh I was born in Glasgow Near the center of the town I would take you there and show you But they've torn the building down And when I think about it It always makes me frown They bulldozed it all to make a road And that great old place I miss so much Has seen much better days And still we talk about it As we go our separate ways Oh but Glasgow gave me more Than it ever took away And prepared me for life on the road And that great old place I miss so much Has seen much better days And still we talk about it As we go our separate ways Oh but Glasgow gave me more Than it ever took away And prepared me for life on the road My granny was a cleaner My grandad drove a tram My father an engineer Made me all I am They have seen the city come and go Still they give a damn There's so much to learn along the road And Glasgow gave me more Than it ever took away And prepared me for life on the road

    


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