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LIVERPOOL TOWN (Stan Kelly / Leon Rosselson) Oh I wish I was back in Liverpool Liverpool town where I was born Where there ain't no trees, no scented breeze, No fields of waving corn Where there's lots of girls with peroxide curls And the black and tan flows free Where there's six in a bed by the old pier head And it's Liverpool town for me Now t'is seven long years since I've wandered away To sail the wide sea over I took me a trip on an old steamship That was bound for Baltimore I was seven days sick, I just could not stick That bobbing up and down And I told him, Jack, you'd better turn back For dear old Liverpool town Now there's every race and color of face There's every kind of name But the pigeons on the pier head Sure they treat you all the same If you walk on down Parliament Street You'll see faces black and brown And I've also seen them orange and green In dear old Liverpool town

    


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