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The Wonder Years – Suburbia lyrics
The bowling alley burned down
They said it was a cigarette
Almost believed it
There were burns in the carpet
Everyone knows that it was for the insurance
And this is where you pick up the bus
The most famous person to come out of here was
The guy that played Leatherface in all of those chainsaw massacres
Every business on Main Street collapsed except Morgan's Mom's place
The whole town feels dead
And the whole town feels dead
While the whole town, the whole town feels dead
I can't blame it

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