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Broadway is a song interpreted by The Clash, released on the album Sandinista! in 1980.

Broadway lyrics

"It ain't my fault it's 6 o'clock in the morning"
He said coming out of the night
When he found I had no coins to bum
He began to testify

Born in a depression
Born out of good luck
Born into misery
In the back of a truck

I'm telling you this mister
Don't be put off by looks
I been in the ring
And I took those right hooks [Incomprehensible]

Oh the loneliness
Used to knock me out harder than the rest
And I've worked for breakfast and I ain't had no lunch
Been on delivery and received every punch

Then suddenly I noticed
That it weren't quite the same
Feel different one morning
Maybe it was the rain

Everywhere I looked all over the city
They're runnin' in an out of the bars
Someone stopped for a pick-up
Driving one of those cars

You see I always wanted one of those cars
Long black n' shiny and pull up to the bars
Honk your horn, put down your windows
push yer button hear it coming in

You can say I can see the light
I can see the light roll
You forward, drive
Green lights, green lights

Intersection city coming
Running comeback
Home I run back
Not that strong now

Yes who's there now?
Can I help you?
Calling intel
Station light

Did you put your money in? Did you put your money in?
Yes I put it in, yes I put it in, and I can see the light
Go, go, go it say go, I say go
She say go, so we say go

'Cause I can see the light
All night, tonight, this night, right now
Coming on, coming on, forward motion, across the ocean
And up the hills, yeh boys let's strike for the hills

While that petrol tank is full
Gimme a push, gimme a pull
Gimme a llama, gimme a mule
Gimme a donkey or gimme a horse

Down the avenue
Down the avenue
So fine
In style

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