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ON THE 5.45 Mark Warren Recorded by Donald Peers on HMV B.9772 Verse: I've paid the cab and found the carriage, tipped the porter and checked the luggage, Don't think I've forgotten anything. I've ordered dinner in the diner, weather's fine and getting finer, Hear the whistle blow - off we go! Chorus: Here we are on the Five Forty-Five. You and I on the Five Forty-Five. What a wonderful day, we're at last on our way, And we won't be disturbed, this compartment is reserved. Do you mind if I say that you're grand. I'll confess that it's just as I planned, I knew one day we'd be together, You and I on the Five Forty-Five. Copyright 1949 Published by The Strauss-Miller Music Co Ltd, 8 Greek Street, London, W1 (Contributed by Paul Daniel - July 2009)


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