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Kidz Bop Kids – Boston lyrics

In the light of the sun is there anyone? Oh, it has begun
Oh dear, you look so lost
Eyes are red and tears are shed
This world you must have crossed

She said, "You don’t know me
And you don’t even care", oh yeah
Well, you said, "You don’t know me
You don’t wear my chains", oh yeah

Essential yet appealed
Carry all your thoughts, across an open field
Where flowers gaze at you, they’re not the only ones
Who cry when they see you

You said, "You don’t know me
And you don’t even care", oh yeah
Oh, you said, "You don’t know me
And you don’t wear my chains", oh yeah

She said, "I think I’m going to Boston
I think I’ll start a new life
I think I’ll start it over
Where no one knows my name

I’ll get out of California
I’m tired of the weather
I think I’ll get a new love
I’ll fly ‘em out to Spain

I think I’m going to Boston
I think that I’m just tired
I think I need a new town
To leave this all behind

I think I need a sunrise
I’m tired of the sunset
And here it’s nice in the summer
Some snow would be nice", oh yeah

In Boston
Where no one knows my name



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