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CHANGING LIVERPOOL; Your Poem.

LIVERPOOL is changing, it's changing more and more Even all the buses don't go the Pier Head any more In Church Street there's no buses And Lord Street is the same They're all pedestrian walkabouts Everything has changed Pedestrians are taking over Where cars and buses once drove Everything is walkabout, everywhere you roam It's alright for the young people Who have young and healthy legs But they never think of old folk or people with bad pegs Nothing very handy unless you know the way And if you don't know the buses' numbers You could be walking around all day For they've changed the buses' numbers They're not what they were before And the buses' numbers They're not what they were before And the buses are not running To the Pier Head any more by Freda Renton, Croxteth Park

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Title Annotation:Letters
Publication:Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)
Date:Jun 20, 2015
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