"Walking Down Madison" is a song by Kirsty MacColl featuring Aniff Cousins. It charted at #23 on the UK Singles Chart and impacted a number of Billboard charts. Contents. [hide]. 1 Background; 2 Music video; 3 Critical reception; 4 Chart positions; 5 Uses in other media; 6 References. Background[ edit]. The song was. Lyrics. Walking down Madison I swear I never had a gun. No I never shot no-one. I was only having fun. Walking down Madison Swear I never had a gun. I was philosophizing some. Checking out the bums. See you give 'em your nickels, your pennies and dimes. But you can't give 'em hope in these mercenary times, oh no. Walking Down Madison Lyrics: Walking down Madison / I swear I never had a gun / No, I never shot no one / I was only having fun / Walking down Madison / Swear I never had a gun / I was philosophizing some.
Find a Kirsty MacColl - Walking Down Madison first pressing or reissue. Complete your Kirsty MacColl collection. Shop Vinyl and CDs. Kirsty Maccoll - Walking Down Madison - Music. Kirsty MacColl – singer-songwriter, famous for her work with The Smiths and The Pogues – a rapper? How odd. Yet she pulls it off: in this track co-written by Johnny Marr, MacColl employs hip-hop beats, but she doesn't actually rap. (How embarrassing would that have been?) Instead, she mutters her wry lyrics in a.