Eddi Reader – Leezie Lindsay


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An evening pause: Chorus by Robert Burns c1795, verses by Eddi Reader and Boo Hewerdine.

Oh the lights in this city are like diamonds
The street lamps, the signs and the cars
Though it’s bright in the city what are diamonds?
When they’re turning out all of our stars.

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