1. My Town
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My town, its one thing and many Like a bird in a cage, it’s wild and unfree
My town it’s like all the others It’s just the same old place And it always will be

I go down to the railroad station Platform decked out in skirts and suits
Parking lot, station cars, and cardboard coffee Cell phones and laptops and long commutes

My town has dirt roads and highways Asphalt veins, roadmaps of their hearts
My town it’s covered in desire Cool blue and green, hot black, new starts

And when I’m low I look out to the west And I gaze on that red horizon
Stretching out beyond doubt past pain and regret In my town, each day there’s a new sun rising