"Bright Lights, Big City" as written by and Michael Grant Gonzalez....
In a bar in downtown Dale an old man tells a tale
He screams of a day of poets where the streets are ours not theirs
He screams piss on everything

My leather jacket is zipped up and ready
The boots on my feet, they keep me steady
I want to join the gang and sing

BRIGHT LIGHTS, BIG CITY
(WE WANT THE STREETS)

Old men say, they say son it's going to be hard to get older
Give it time and you will see
Well now that time has come and gone

I may be young but I know nothing, nothing really matters
Except what's in your heart
No good, no bad, no wrong, no right

BRIGHT LIGHTS, BIG CITY
(WE WANT THE STREETS)

Meet us on the street underneath bright lights in the city
There we'll find our hearts, our souls, our dreams

Meet us on the street underneath bright lights big city
Nothing holds us back when we believe our hearts the size of buildings

BRIGHT LIGHTS, BIG CITY
(WE WANT THE STREETS)


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"Bright Lights, Big City" as written by Michael Grant Gonzalez

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    General CommentMADCAP FUCKING KICKS ASS! THEY RULE..somebody shoulkd post "these old feelings"
    RiOtGrL0690on April 17, 2003   Link
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    General CommentTurn to me now, we'll make it somehow
    Times are tough and I won't let you down :)
    HatedEnemyon May 29, 2004   Link

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