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They created the suburbs to cage up the guys
Who just might have thought to live their own lives
and create the illusion that safety resides
In the best set of houses that money can buy

Push off your apathy
Tear down your house
Don't go to work
Don't go to school
Defy, defy, defy

Tired of stucco all lined up in rows
The law even dictates how tall the grass grows
Programmed to think "oh I'm so in the know"
Reality is this suburb blows

Push off your apathy
Tear down your house
Don't go to work
Don't go to school
Defy, defy, defy

(But don't defy the one that tops you, she's the only one who loves you)

Defy, defy, defy


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