Leaving London Song Lyrics

Tom Paxton

credits


publisher: ©Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
writers: Thomas R Paxton, Tom Paxton
album: Track 1 in album Outward Bound
release date: 1966
popularity : 49 users have visited this page.
genres: Rock Folk, World, & Country
styles: Folk Rock
length: 3:17
writer: Tom Paxton

Album Information

label: Elektra
country(area): United States
format: 12" Vinyl
script: Latin

Cover Art

Tom Paxton Outward Bound cover art

Lyrics

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With a dark and rolling sea
Between my love and me
I keep walking through this cold hard town
While I wait for better days
I could use a place to stay
Or a floor where I could lay my blanket down
If I could beg, steal, or borrow
A ticket on some boat or plane
I'd be leaving London tomorrow
To fly to my young love again
Up at dawn to change my shirt
And to wash away the dirt
Then it's over to American Express
Not one letter did I find
No, she didn't send one line

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Track Listing


12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Leaving London
  • 2 Don't You Let Nobody Turn You 'round
  • 3 My Son, John
  • 4 The King of My Backyard
  • 5 One Time and One Time Only
  • 6 Is This Any Way to Run an Airline?
  • 7 All the Way Home
  • 8 I Followed Her Into the West
  • 9 This World Goes 'round and 'round
  • 10 Talking Pop Art
  • 11 When You Get Your Ticket
  • 12 I Believe, I Do
  • 13 Outward Bound