I have been thinking, Joe, that when I go down town
on Monday, and order my new clothes, I shall tell the tailor that I'll come and put them on there, or that I'll have them sent to Mr.
I had to go down town
for my gloves and to the principal's office to see if the grammar had been handed in, and that's the reason I'm so fine.
Sounding like Lou Reed singing a narrative inspired by Dostoevsky and David Lynch, Cave cryptically reveals the dark recesses of his soul (and confesses his guilt) in the telling lines, "I was out of place and time and over the hill and out of my mind on Jubilee Street/I oughta practice what I preach/These days I go down town
in my tie and tails/I got a fetus on a leash.
They also go down town
in the shops where it's warm.
IT'S getting to the stage now where I hesitate to go down town
The theme of the gig was the synth pop band's 1981 debut album with a social conscience and distinctly anti-Thatcher feel, Penthouse and Pavement, which they played in its entirety, and highlights of which were (We Don't Need This) Fascist Groove Thang and Let's All Make A Bomb with the immortal lyrics about nuclear war - "Although the future's looking black, we'll go down town
and join the pack, let's celebrate and vaporize.
While at the Al A'ali Mall to buy a ticket, I was surprised to find it locked up forcing me to go down town
to a travel agent.
We all know minors who go down town
and get served on a regular basis.
I told her not to worry and to go down town
earlier in the day.
In the sixties I could go down town
on any day and just be one of the boys.
We had the day off yesterday and after shopping in Perth I decided to go down town
again in Brisbane.
They would have to go down town
and possibly wait hours at the Council House, which is not always easy for people, including the elderly.
And since he died, so many people have said to me that when their sons and daughters go down town
, it's a shame dad's not there to be their guardian angel anymore.
If you need convincing, go down town
on a Friday night