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29th May 2015

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Where the Streets Have a Name

Irish rock band U2 once sang about a place where the streets had no names. More famously, Roy Smith jumped on his XBR500 and took us to some places where the streets do have names......

There's lots of streets with boys’ names
This I know is true
But I thought I'd have a little ride
To try and find a few

I'm not including any saints
The Peters, Pauls, and Johns
Instead I searched on Google Maps
To find the common ones

There's only one girl in this list
You may have heard before
But if you really want me to
I'll go and find some more

Roy Smith

Where the Streets Have a Name

Where the Streets Have a Name

Where the Streets Have a Name

Where the Streets Have a Name

Where the Streets Have a Name

Where the Streets Have a Name

Where the Streets Have a Name
500cc Hondas on Now...

Where the Streets Have a Name

Where the Streets Have a Name

Where the Streets Have a Name

Where the Streets Have a Name

Where the Streets Have a Name

Where the Streets Have a Name

Where the Streets Have a Name


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