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Wilbur Soot: Jubilee Line Meaning


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Jubilee Line Lyrics

Northern and Waterloo and City Lines, and National Rail Services
This train terminates at Stanmore

Wasting your time
You're wasting mine
I hate to see you leaving
A fate worse than dying

Your city gave me asthma
So that's why I'm...

  1. anonymous
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    Mar 30th report

    He (the narrator) could've witnessed/ known someone who tried/succeeded in taking their life on the rails. After he moved to London he could've gotten asthma from the pollution. This song could also be informing the listeners about what goes on in London. On Genus Lyrics an interview was done with Wilbur Soot and he said that he had gotten asthma after moving to London.

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