DROP ME IN PICCADILLY
 
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Archibald was on a spree and tried to find a crowd
And awful things to do - so thought the man in blue
And as he seemed so naughty and on mischief he was bent
The policeman gathered Archie in his arms and off they went
And as a crowd began to gather near
Poor Archie whispered in the p'liceman's ear,

Chorus: 'Drop me in Piccadilly
Drop me anywhere round there
Near the dear old Strand or Leicester Square
Regent Street or Mable Arch or I don't care
I'm longing to meet those familiar faces
I've got an hour or two to spare
P.I.C.C.A.D.I.L.L.Y, drop me anywhere round there.'

Flying in his aeroplane old Johnson took his pal
It was an awful flight - the channel came in sight
'I think we're going to drop into the sea,' then Johnson cried
'Oh, have a little pity,' said the fellow at his side
'I know you've got a little sympathy
Now if you've got a little drop for me.'

Chorus: 'Drop me in Piccadilly
Drop me anywhere round there
Near the dear old Strand or Leicester Square
Regent Street or Mable Arch or I don't care
I'm longing to meet those familiar faces
I've got an hour or two to spare
P.I.C.C.A.D.I.L.L.Y, drop me anywhere round there.'

 
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Performed by Frank H. Fox
 
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