Leeson Street[A] Lady, walking down Appian [A]Way,
Leeson Street Lady, you' ve[D] been working night and day
Trying to find a client, [D]someone to[E] pay,
Leeson Street[A] Lady, you' re an easy[A] lay.
Leeson Street Lady,[D]
why don' t you walk out your[A] door
Some women stay at home and have children
[D] Other women stay[A] poor
[C#M] You walk the streets and you' re going nowhere
[D] But they know where to[E] find you, cos you' re always[A]
[D] You know you' re always[A] there
And you' ve been on this road[D] before,[A] and I[E] know
ve been through this way [D]before,[A] and I[E] know
[D] Well you know what it's like to be be doneon your luck
For a drink, going out just to get messed up[E] again
[A]well I read it in the news,[D] they dragged her[A] ashore.
There was[A] something hanging round her[D] neck
Wasn' t really too[A] sure.
But[C#M] nobody' s gonna cry for
you - and[D] nobody[E] cares,
You' re just a Leeson Street[A] LAdy
[D] Out selling your[A] wares.
[A]This is the first time,[D] that she' s been treated like a[A] lady.
Cos they' re letting her go first,[D] through her
own front[A] door.
Well[C#M] that' s all because, Leeson Street Lady
[D] She' s not a lady[A] anymore -[D] she'
s not a lady[A] anymore.
[A]There' s another Leeson Street[D] Lady walking down Appian[A] Way
[A] There' s another
Leeson Street[D] Lady, she' ll be walking night and[A] day