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  1. omg this song is so true i love it its so funni we sit in my classes sing it at the teachers lol they tell us of 4 swearin funni tho lol

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  2. I’m not so sure about that! It’s a funny song and a good way to vent the frustration but in my experience, from living in London on and off for five years, the tube staff have been nothing but helpful. It’s not their fault the infrastructure is crumbling due to age, underinvestment and a senseless public-private partnership arrangement. Maybe if we get the Olympics tomorrow the money will be ‘found’ to get the tube up and running again. Rant over!

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  3. The song is not about the actions, (or the lack of them), by tube staff on the 7th July.
    LU staff I find are generally impolite, rude and unhelpful.
    LU give poor service and now LU have another excuse to complement the many lies and excuses they relentlessly feed us for their incompetance.
    To the LU staff that did help on the 7th, thanks for that only. But no thanks to unhelpfullness, rudeness and the poor service.

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  4. The song has some truth in it. These underground workers go out on strike at the drop of a hat, they don’t think twice about inconveniencing the public. Sack them all!

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  5. hey would love 2 say i absolutly ***LOVE*** the London Underground song!! i gave it to EVERYONE i know and they ALL love it just as much!!! its constantly stuck in my head!! and i cant get rid of it!! but i love it SO much!! I love goin london now i just sing it while i walk through the underground!! 😀 ***GRINS*** ALL ROUND!!!!

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