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When I think of how things are
Right now it feels like
Yeah, it all feels like
Some kind of circus show
And how this town
It keeps you pinned down
The same old song from years ago

[Chorus:]
I know [alt: Y'know] this place
Will chew you up
And spit you out before you go
And when they drag you
Kicking and screaming from the scene, you know
Then it's time to leave

When I think of this town
Right now it's filled with
Speed freaks and assholes
And all kinds of creeps
And somehow every new face in every single case
In a year or two will be erased

[Chorus]

When I think of how I'm feeling right now somehow
I still remember how I felt 4 years ago
And when I think of how things are right now
The same old song from years ago

I know this place
Will chew you up
Spit you out before you go
I know, I know
And when they drag you
Kicking and screaming from the scene, you know
Then it's time to go
Then it's time to go

(alt: what do I know?
What do I know?
What do I know?
It's the same old song from years ago
The same old song from years ago

[Chorus]

Then it's time to go)



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