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//**King's Cross**// is a cover song by LorD and Master, originally by Pet Shop Boys from their album, //Actually//. The song is about King's Cross, the district in London where the railway station serves the north of England.

Lyrics

 * The man at the back of the queue was sent
 * To feel a smack of firm government
 * Lingered by the fly-poster for a fight
 * It's the same story every night
 * I've been hurt and we've been had
 * You leave home and you don't go back
 * Someone told me Monday
 * Someone told me Saturday
 * Wait until tomorrow and there's still no way
 * Read it in a book
 * Or write it in a letter
 * Wake up in the morning and there's still no guarantee
 * Only last night I found myself lost
 * By the station called King's Cross
 * Dead and wounded on either side
 * You know it's only a matter of time
 * I've been good and I've been bad
 * I've been guilty of hanging around
 * So I went looking out today
 * For the one who got away
 * Murder walking round the block
 * Ending up in King's Cross
 * Good luck, bad luck waiting in a line
 * It takes more than a matter of time
 * Someone told me Monday
 * Someone told me Saturday
 * Wait until tomorrow and there's still no way
 * Read it in a book
 * Or write it in a letter
 * Wake up in the morning and there's still no guarantee
 * There is still no guarantee
 * And there's still no guarantee
 * Someone told me Monday
 * (Told me Monday)
 * Someone told me Saturday
 * (Told me Saturday)
 * Wait until tomorrow and there's still no way
 * (Still no way)
 * Read it in a book
 * Or write it in a letter
 * Wake up in the morning and there's still no guarantee
 * (Still no guarantee)
 * There is still no guarantee
 * (Still no guarantee)
 * And there's still no guarantee
 * (Still no guarantee, ohh, ohh)
 * There is still no guarantee
 * (Still no guarantee, ohh, ohh)
 * There is still no guarantee

Versions

 * Appears on //[[Obviously]]//

Personnel

Written by Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe. Produced and perform by Daniel Bailey-Graham. Additional vocals by Gemma Oudôt.

king_s_cross.txt · Last modified: 2014/07/05 14:57 (external edit)