Jubilee Line Lyrics – Wilbur Soot

English 82 August 27, 2019
"Jubilee Line" by Wilbur Soot seems to convey a sense of dissatisfaction and frustration with life in London, using the context of public transportation, environmental factors, and personal experiences. The lyrics touch upon themes of wasted time, negative impacts on health, and a general sense of discomfort and unhappiness associated with the city. ...Read More

Jubilee Line Lyrics

[Intro: Julie Berry]
Northern and Waterloo and City Lines
And National Rail Services
This train terminates at Stratford

[Verse 1: Wilbur Soot]
Wasting your time
You're wasting mine
I hate to see you leaving
Fate worse than dying

[Verse 2: Wilbur Soot]
Your city gave me asthma
So that's why I'm f**king leaving
And your water gave me cancer
And the pavement hurt my feelings

[Bridge: Wilbur Soot]
Shout at the wall
'Cause the walls don't f**king love you
Shout at the wall
'Cause the walls don't f**king love you

[Refrain: Wilbur Soot]
There's a reason
That London puts barriers on the tube line
There's a reason
That London puts barriers on the rails
There's a reason
That London puts barriers on the tube line
There's a reason
That London puts barriers on the rails
There's a reason
That London puts barriers on the tube line

[Outro: Wilbur Soot]
There's a reason they fail

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Last Update: December 1, 2023

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Who is the singer of "Jubilee Line" song?

"Jubilee Line" song is sung by Wilbur Soot.

Who is the lyrics writer of "Jubilee Line" song?

"Jubilee Line" song lyrics written by Wilbur Soot.

Who is the music producer of "Jubilee Line" song?

"Jubilee Line" song music composed & produced by Wilbur Soot.

When was "Jubilee Line" song released?

"Jubilee Line" song was released on August 27, 2019.