Flash and the Pan - Hey, St. Peter Lyrics

Flash and the Pan Flash and the Pan cover art
Credits
release date: 1978
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genres: Electronic Rock Funk / Soul
styles: New Wave/Synth-pop/Disco
length: 4:23
writer: Harry Vanda, George Young
Lyrics
The morning was cold and lonely
City lights old and grey
The sun arose trying to smile
Gave it all away
The honky-tonk called a stranger
The stranger couldn't pay the bill
Made a stand, raised his hand
Sang a song, no time to kill

I said, Hey, hey, hey, St. Peter
I've got a tale to tell
I've just been down in New York town
It really feels like hell
It really feels like hell

Billy was out of fashion
Manhattan was years ago
Yesterday he wasted time
Money was kind of slow
Billy had friends of glory
Billy was a friend of fame
Took a chance, raised his hand
Sang a song, now he's back in the game

Hey, St. Peter
Before you ring your bell
Just been down in New York town
Done my time in hell
Done my time in hell

I said, Hey, hey, hey, hey, hey, St. Peter
Hey, hey, hey, hey, hey, St. Peter
Hey, hey, hey, hey, hey, St. Peter
It really feels like hell
It really feels like hell
It really feels like hell

Track Listing
12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Hey, St. Peter
  • 2 Man in the Middle
  • 3 Walking in the Rain
  • 4 The African Shuffle
  • 5 California
  • 6 Lady Killer
  • 7 The Man Who Knew the Answer
  • 8 Hole in the Middle
  • 9 Down Among the Dead Men
  • 10 First & Last

  • Album Information
    label: Epic
    country(area): Canada
    format: 12" Vinyl
    script: Latin