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volvo-hybrid-double-decker-bus-london1-005There Is a Light That Never Goes Out | The Smiths 1986

Take me out tonight Where there’s music and there’s people Who are young and alive Driving in your car I never never want to go home Because I haven’t got one anymore Take me out tonight Because I want to see people And I want to see light Driving in your car Oh please don’t drop me home Because it’s not my home it’s their home And I’m welcome no more And if a double-decker bus Crashes in to us To die by your side Is such a heavenly way to die  And if a ten ton truck Kills the both of us To die by your side Well the pleasure, the privilege is mine  Take me out tonight Take me anywhere  I don’t care I don’t care I don’t care And in the darkened underpass I thought Oh God my chance has come at last But then a strange fear gripped me And I just couldn’t ask Take me out tonight Oh take me anywhere I don’t care I don’t care I don’t care Driving in your car I never never want to go home Because I haven’t got one No I haven’t got one And if a double-decker bus Crashes in to us To die by your side Is such a heavenly way to die And if a ten ton truck Kills the both of us To die by your side Well the pleasure, the privilege is mine Oh there is a light and it never goes out There is a light and it never goes out There is a light and it never goes out There is a light and it never goes out There is a light and it never goes out There is a light and it never goes out There is a light and it never goes out There is a light and it never goes out There is a light and it never goes out

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from the album the queen is dead |  F#m–A–B chord sequence | flute section <originally written as guitar part> based on C#m arpeggio | synthesizer strings instead of real string ensemble |  similar narrative to that of james dean character in rebel without a cause

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