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Crash Street Kids – Motor City Nazz lyrics

Hello Riverside Drive it's good to see you alive and well
Driver, take me to the Cadillac far away from this suburban hell

Don't let the urban decay get you down
You're still a beauty and you're still around
I got to meet Iggy at the Gaslight
Sugar, the Kid is back in town

Baby, let me in
I'm loaded from the gin
I've wanted you for so long

Oh! Motor City
You're just dressed up but hardly pretty
You Mona Lisa with a black eye
Oh! You're the nazz, baby
The sweetest kind of crazy
It's gonna hurt me to say goodbye
... Out go the lights

You got a hole in your prom dress
You got used up and cast aside
But I really think you're beautiful
Even while you're falling apart inside

Don't let the urban decay get you down
You're still a beauty and you're still around
Another hangover at the Leland Hotel before they tear those old bricks down

Corporate's moving in
You took it on the chin
But that kind of scarring turns me on

Oh! Motor City
You're just dressed up but hardly pretty
You Mona Lisa with a black eye
Oh! You're the nazz, baby
The sweetest kind of crazy
It's gonna hurt me to say goodbye
... Out go the lights
... Out go the lights
Yeah!



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