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10000 Maniacs – Earth Pressed Flat lyrics

Detroit, L.A., Boston, San Francisco,
First time o'er the ocean on a plane a billion stars below me lay,
Circle slowly JFK,
So much there to see inside of a week they came looking for something new
Try to press it flat inside of a few days Old Dominion Saturday,
Arlington's eternal flame Sunday tour Niagara Falls in the mist.
Monday I'll be heading south New Orleans the Cajun sound
Tuesday's Tupelo Elvis's home
Try to press it flat inside of a few days what a wonderful stay,
On a mule Grand Canyon ride on Wednesday,
Hope to get to Denver in a day Friday ride to Washington,
In the glacial mountain sun hop a train for Canada
To the east they came looking for something new
Try to press it flat inside of a few days what a wonderful stay



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