Flash And The Pan: Hey St. Peter | Song-Factsheet

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Song «Hey St. Peter» von Flash And The Pan.

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Veröffentlichungsdaten: 1976 09 20 (Single), 1978 12 (Album)
Label: Albert Productions AP 11224, Albert Productions APLP 035
Songwriter George Young & Harry Vanda
Produktion: George Young & Harry Vanda
Genre: Alternativerock - Powerpop - NewWave, Newpop - Artpop

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– zur Flipside: Walking In The Rain

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Flash And The Pan
George Young
Harry Vanda
George Young
Harry Vanda

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The morning was cold and lonely City lights old and gray The sun arose, and, trying to smile Gave it all away The honky-tonk called a stranger The stranger couldn't pay the bill Made a stand, raised his hand Sang a song, no time to kill I said, hey (hey), hey, St. Peter I've got a tale to tell I've just been down in New York town It really feels like hell It really feels like hell Billy was out of fashion Manhattan was years ago Yesterday he wasted time Money was kind of slow Billy had friends of glory Billy was a friend of fame Took a chance and raised his hand Sang a song, now he's back in the game I said, hey (hey), hey, St. Peter I've got a tale to tell I've just been down in New York town It really feels like hell (hell) It really feels like hel) I said, hey (hey), hey (hey), hey, St. Peter Hey (hey), hey (hey), hey, St. Peter Hey (hey), hey (hey), hey, St. Peter It really feels like hell (hell) It really feels like hell Hey, St. Peter Before you ring your bell Just been down in New York town Done my time in hell Done my time in hell I said, hey (hey), hey (hey), hey, St. Peter Hey (hey), hey (hey), hey, St. Peter Hey (hey), hey (hey), hey, St. Peter It really feels like hell (hell) It really feels like hell (hell) It really feels like Hell