"Laughing City" as written by and Chauntelle/dupree Dupree....
Follow me down to the laughing city,
With people changing all their minds; it's crazy.
I want this ma'am, that ma'am, no sir, yes ma'am that sir;
Well, I'll tell you one thing,if you're keeping something...

Then hold on, hold on the to the ones you love.
Hold on, hold on to the ones you love.

Let's not fight, (that's not nice) that is where you'll find me.
Let's not be sore, (that's not right) that is where you'll find me.

Come home late,
I know you're sick of working,
You're feeling down because your head is hurting,
So you don't talk.

Then hold on, hold on the to the ones you love.
Hold on, hold on to the ones you love.

Let's not fight, (that's not nice) that is where you'll find me.
Let's not be sore, (that's not right) that is where you'll find me.


Lyrics submitted by ThreeMilesDown

"Laughing City" as written by Jonathan Wilson Chauntelle Dupree

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

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    General CommentThis is probably way off, but I think this song is about the decay of our lifestyles and taking things for granted. People wanting and wanting even though they already have enough, people being self-centered and forgetting about their families, families and communities breaking up in general.
    Geeketteon January 09, 2005   Link
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    General CommentSome of the lyrics on this are better than others.

    I think it's saying that the only things we need to care about are each other and we need to keep that in sight.
    poisonhearts187on January 28, 2005   Link
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    General Commentthis is one of my favorite eisly songs its great just the way it is
    it kinda makes me sad but i dont no why
    blackliston March 25, 2005   Link
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    General Commenti have no clue what this song means but it is awesome!
    xXRoCk_QuEeNXxon July 18, 2005   Link
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    General Commenti think this song is about wanting, and needing a better place in this world, and juxtapositioning all of the bad things with the happyness of their own...
    that's what i think anyway, but it is a very ambiguous song, which can be interpreted heaps of ways.
    i saw them a few days ago and were dissapointed that they didn't play this song, as it would be amazing live... but eisley were pretty spectacular anyway...
    annie.careson March 18, 2006   Link

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