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halleluja Rosie Lea. 

If you feel a bit under the weather, 
If you feel a little bit peeved, 
Take granny's stand-by potion 
For any old cough
night
On a cocoa day

You'll discover the white
Orchids in my humble moon
While the lantern is right

I could find a good time girl in Chinatown,
Scouring through the wasteland 
With an urge to take
Anything that comes into view
Only ten more puffs to teatime
I've found eating so time
night
On a cocoa day

You'll discover the white
Orchids in my humble moon
While the lantern is right

I could find a good time girl in Chinatown,
I'm cuttin' off the telephone
You unplug the TV
At the rate life's passin' us by
We can't take the time to breathe

I know you can't turn time around
Every night at eight you'll find me
Waitin' for a bus to take me crosstown
Someone I adore is waitin' for me 
By the door way over crosstown

I
[Intro: Masta Killa]
We gon' take this back to old school
Off the head one time
Get the DJ set right here
Give 'em somethin' to scratch
Know what I'm
Every night at eight you'll find me
Waitin' for a bus to take me crosstown
Someone I adore is waitin' for me 
By the door way over crosstown

I
Every night at eight you'll find me
Waitin' for a bus to take me crosstown
Someone I adore is waitin' for me 
By the door way over crosstown

I
feet
As the big store shoppers and the pavements meet.
Red lights pin stripes short step 
Shuffle into the night.
Tea time calls the Bingo Halls
Come with me to a place of fantasy
I'll take you on a sea-saw
Come with me to a place that's by the sea
I'll take you on a board walk
Take my
artificiality
You can have yourself a tea

I can tell by the way you take your infusion
You've spent some time in a mental institution
Oh, what a dream life would
People look at us cause they see us all the time
All the time
But they never take to us
We've been in this town so long we may as well be dead
So long
by his side
Yesterday's paper telling yesterday's news

So how can you tell me you're lonely
And say for you that the sun don't shine?
Let me take
the future your way
Indian teas and then take-out Chinese
At the end of the day

Shadows on furniture cast by the light of the moon
You've got a fridge
night go right with the
KC Tea (KC Tea)

I like to drink it in a real big wine glass
At my place with full of women lettin' time pass
With Hennesey,
Side, step inside. 
You can knock on my door anytime you're passing by 
You don't need an invitation, step inside. 
We'll have tea and crumpets
back home

Will you take the high road
Will you take the low road
Oh brother
You're out on your own

Goodbye
Is this how it's got to be
Call by
a tall glass
Judgin’ by her smile, it’s about time to

Shut it down
Lotta work left to do, the sun’s still out
But any hay to make can wait for now
in a tall glass
Judgin’ by her smile, it’s about time to

Shut it down
Lotta work left to do, the sun’s still out
But any hay to make can wait for
shine?
Let me take you by the hand and lead you through the streets of London
I'll show you something to make you change your mind

Have you seen
Quarter in a payphone
Drying laundry on the line
Watching sun tea in the window
Pocket watch, tellin' time
Seems like only yesterday, I'd get a blank
Every night at eight you'll find me
Waitin' for a bus to take me crosstown
Someone I adore is waitin' for me 
By the door way over crosstown

I
morning, good morning

After a while you start to smile now you feel cool.
Then you decide to take a walk by the old school.
Nothing has changed it's still
in the street 
Good morning, good morning

After a while you start to smile now you feel cool. 
Then you decide to take a walk by the old school.