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The Jam

Down In The Tube Station At Midnight

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“Down in the Tube Station at Midnight” was the second single taken from the album All Mod Cons by The Jam. Released on 21 October 1978, it charted at number 15 and was backed by a cover of the Who song “So Sad About Us”, and “The Night”, written by Bruce Foxton. The back of the record jacket displayed a photo of Keith Moon, former drummer of The Who, who had died of an overdose of prescribed medication intended to help his alcoholism the month prior to the single’s release. Read on...

Song lines: ♪ And I'm down in the tube station at midnight

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Gavin wrote on April, 16th 2016 at 2:04am:
Forgot to say the song was#down in the tube station at midnight#touch of genius

Gavin wrote on April, 16th 2016 at 1:59am:
#the most amazing song of all time #weller at his best#


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