Dirty Boys

Album: The Next Day (2013)
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  • Something like Tobacco Road
    Living on a lonely road
    I will pull you out of there
    We will go to Finchley Fair

    I will buy a feather hat
    I will steal a cricket bat
    Smash some windows, make a noise
    We will run with Dirty Boys

    When the sun goes down
    When the sun goes down and the die is cast
    When the die is cast and you have no choice
    We will run with Dirty Boys

    We all want men we all want you
    Me and the boys we all go through
    You've got to learn to hold your tongue
    They said the moon was his burning son

    When the sun goes down
    When the sun goes down and the die is cast
    When the die is cast and you have no choice
    We will run with Dirty Boys Writer/s: DAVID BOWIE
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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