"Dead Loss Angeles" as written by Hugh Alan Cornwell, David Greenfield, Brian John Duffy and Jean Jacques Burnel....
The plastic peaches there
On concrete beaches there
You see the leeches there
You see the leeches there
It's soft marshmallow there
It's oh so shallow there
In Dead Loss Angeles
In Dead Loss Angeles

The dredged up mastodon
Has got his glasses on
He's never seen the shit
From the La Brea Pit

The lunar base camp there
With burning midnight lamp
They call it Frisbeeland
It's just a disneyland
Android Americans
Live in the ruins there
In Dead Loss Angeles
In Dead Loss Angeles

The dredged up mastodon
Has got his glasses on
He's never seen the shit
From the La Brea Pit

They get the tremors there
Been given babylon
Plenty of companies
Such lonely company
I hear a symphony
Of lonely timpani
In Dead Loss Angeles
In Dead Loss Angeles

The dredged up mastodon
Has got his glasses on
He's never seen the shit
From the La Brea Pit



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    General CommentThis song is about the anonimity and facelessness and overall corporate domination of the united states, a few lines refer to san fransisco "on concrete beaches there" hugh refers to the sea lapping onto concrete without sand.
    rozzaon March 20, 2006   Link

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