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I like Best - featuring Clare Milne

Phil McWalter on April 24, 2012 16:17

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    A song I wrote for Clare Milne to sing - from the 70's. The redoubtable Rick Medlock on skins, produced by the infamous John Rivers of Woodbine Street Studios, Royal Leamington Spa. (That's us in the picture for this track. I can't remember if Horace Panter (Clare's other half) played bass on this or not… age!!)

    I Like Best

    I waited in the café on the corner of the street just like you said
    We measured time in coffee cups until we knew the world had gone to bed
    I really liked the hot car ride and I could grow to like a one-track mind
    Don’t need to be a doctor to make a house call

    Take me back to my place
    ‘Cos that’s the bit that I like
    Take me back to my place
    ‘Cos that’s the bit that
    I like best
    I like best
    I like best
    I like best

    People say that you and I go further than we used to go before
    They pick up all the rubbish and they lay it down outside their own front doors
    I’d like to give them the time of day but whenever I look they’re not looking my way
    Give me the password and promise not to change


    Saturday was not the place to run away to when we heard the bells
    Now its quiet on the corners and we’re one of many others in our cells
    We used to be the time and place; we were so sure of winning
    I’ve re-done the bathroom, there’s a lot more space so



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