Ed Sheeran Fans Are Going To Love London Underground Staff’s Notes At O2 Arena!

Fans of famous British singer Ed Sheeran were treated to something a little different at the London Underground Station. They surprised passengers who arrived to watch the Galway Girl singer to a themed message board.


This handwritten ode which is placed at North Greenwich station is dedicated to Sheeran is supposedly written by an employee at the Transport for London. The poem is chock-full of puns using Sheeran song titles, and fans of Sheeran and those going to the O2 Arena to watch him took to social media to share it with the world.

“Even though I’m a service information board,
Please excuse me for Thinking Out Loud,
I really do love, the Shape of You all,
And you seem such a wonderful crowd.
We hope your journey was as smooth as can be,
And you didn’t feel a single Small Bump,
We try our best to impress, and we really must stress,
Don’t let the Underground mice make you jump.
The O2 Arena is just outside like a canvas Castle on the Hill,
You have The A-Team, to look after your needs,
If you’re lost, drunk, or feeling quite ill.
Tonight is the night, you hear Ed Sheeran live,
As you sing with him in the O2,
Have fun, have a laugh, share a great photograph,
We shall see you when you come back through.”

One Instagram user, Lara Elliot posted a photo of the poem and captioned it with “Nice one North Greenwich.” Ahead of the concert London workers were spotted sporting Ed Sheeran masks. Throughout the day fans have snapped many pictures of hundreds of Ed fan who were queuing for the gig. Photos taken inside the arena just show all the people lining up in typical British fashion.


“I was at the O2 yesterday seeing Ed Sheeran, and the queue in the picture was for the standing ticket holders. People were obeying the invisible lines perfectly for the couple of minutes I was watching before I snapped the picture,” said Andrew Last, the man who captured the image. He added in; “No one was trying to barge in.”