Clifton Grange Hotel

Album: Thin Lizzy (1971)
  • Pack up your bags
    Leave family society
    Oh come with me
    Where they treat you well

    At the door
    Old Lou the Jew
    Will welcome you
    In the corner lies the hotel

    At this refuge of mercy
    Head of the table
    King of laughter
    Percy

    And if you speak too much
    In company
    You'll soon be heard
    By that Mynah bird and whiskey

    At the top
    You'll find another brother
    Go ask my Mother
    She knows them all very well, hotel
    Writer/s: PHILIP PARRIS LYNOTT
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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