Dire Straits Wild West End cover

Wild West End
by Dire Straits
Lyrics


Album
Released
Oct 1, 1978
Genre
Pop

Wild West End Lyrics

Song Meaning
Verse 1
Stepping out to Angellucci's for my coffee beans
Checking out the movies and the magazines
Waitress she watches me crossing from the Barocco Bar
I'm getting a pickup for my steel guitar
I saw you walking out Shaftesbury Avenue
Excuse me for talking I want to marry you
This is the seventh heaven street to me
Don't be so proud
Verse 2
You're just another angel in the crowd
And I'm walking in he wild west end
Walking with your wild best friend
And my conductress on the number nineteen
She was a honey
Verse 3
Pink toenails and hands all dirty with money
Greasy hair easy smile
Made me feel nineteen for a while
And I went down to Chinatown
In the backroom it's a man's world
All the money go down
Verse 4
Duck inside the doorway gotta duck to eat
Right now feels alright now
You and me we can't beat
And a gogo dancing girl yes I saw her
The deejay he say here's Mandy for ya
I feel alright to see her
Verse 5
But she's paid to do that stuff
She's dancing high I move on by
The close ups can get rough
When you're walking in the wild west end.

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