Branch Line Tea Room, St Erth

Cosy and gemütlich and comfortable
Cosy and gemütlich and comfortable

This is a favourite stopping off place where in the midst of all the travel you might enjoy either quiet or a brief encounter; perhaps both. Perhaps, one of the few actual benefits of privatisation, it is filled with transport posters from the 1930s. You can so easily imagine the billowing steam from the last trains which ran on the St Ives Branch line up until the 1970s.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a3O7uSD2qlk

Then the music begins, a gentle voice from the past:-

Sometimes I’m happy, sometimes I’m blue
My disposition depends on you
I never mind the rain from the skies
If I can find the sun in your eyes, oh

Sometimes I love you, sometimes I hate you

Calling cards for The Branch Line Tea Room
Calling cards for The Branch Line Tea Room

Ah, but when I hate you
Don’t you know it’s ’cause I love you
That’s how I am, so what can I do?
I’m happy when I’m with you

I never mind the rain from the skies,
As long as I see the sun shinging in your eyes
Don’t you know that

Sometimes I love you, sometimes I hate you
Ah, but when I hate you
That’s because I love you
That’s how I am, so what can I do?
I’m happy when I’m with
So happy when I’m with
I’m happy when I’m with you

(Read more: http://muzikum.eu/en/123-14654-197076/kathy-kirby/sometimes-im-happy-lyrics.html#ixzz3DUJ6zRWl)Tea Room3

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