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"Warwick Avenue" is a song by Welsh singer Duffy from her debut album Rockferry (2008). The title refers to Warwick Avenue tube station in London. It was written by Jimmy Hogarth, Eg White, and Duffy and produced by Hogarth. It was released in May 2008 as the third single (second in North America) from the album, but had already charted by March and April due to download sales. It peaked at number three on the UK Singles Chart due to strong download and physical sales and has sold 249,165 copies in the UK to date. The B-side to the 7" single is "Loving You", and was written by Duffy, Richard J. Parfitt of the 60ft Dolls and Owen Powell of Catatonia. This song was number forty-one on Rolling Stone's list of the 100 Best Songs of 2008. An official remix exists featuring a verse by American rapper Wale. 


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2012
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When I get to Warwick Avenue
Meet me by the entrance of the tube
We can talk things over a little time
promise me you won't step by the line

When I get to Warwick Avenue
Please drop the past and be true
Don't think we're OK just because I'm here
You hurt me bad but I won't shed a tear

I'm leaving you for the last time baby
You think you're loving but you don't love me
I've been confused outta' my mind lately
You think you're loving but I want to be free
Baby you've hurt me

When I get to Warwick Avenue oh
We'll spend an hour but no more than two
Our only chance to speak once more
I showed you the answers now here's the door

When I get to Warwick Avenue
I'll tell you baby, that we're through

I'm leaving you for the last time baby
You think you're loving but you don't love me
I've been confused outta my mind lately
You think you're loving but you don't love me
I want to be free, baby you've hurt me

All the days spent together, I wish for better
But I didn't want the train to come, now it's departed
I'm broken hearted, seems like we never started
All those things here together, when I wished for better
And I didn't want the train to come

You think you're loving, but you don't love me
I want to be free
Baby, you've hurt me, you don't love me
I want to be free, baby you've heard me

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Duffy

Aimée Ann Duffy (born 23 June 1984), known as Duffy, is a Welsh singer-songwriter. Her 2008 debut album Rockferry entered the UK Album Chart at number one. It was the best-selling album in the United Kingdom in 2008 with 1.68 million copies sold. The album was certified several times Platinum and sold over 7 million copies worldwide, spawning the hits "Mercy" and "Warwick Avenue". With "Mercy", Duffy became the first Welsh woman to achieve number-one on the UK Singles Chart since Bonnie Tyler topped the charts with "Total Eclipse of the Heart" in 1983. more »

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Written by: Aimee Ann Duffy, James Dearness Hogarth, Francis Anthony White

Lyrics © BMG Rights Management, Universal Music Publishing Group, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.

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