Living started in a small town,
at 1423 West Street,
cookouts and little plastic playgrounds,
you can guess who stole the heart:
Wal-Mart

But I moved on,
I left my best friend crying
on the bike ride home,
I stayed stoned,
to keep the memories cold,
I can't go back to what is gone,
Emporia

Sundays singing in the church choir,
mother's silent praise was like Jesus,
then one August,
my birthday was in Texas,
so wave the fireflies Goodbye,

Well I moved on,
I left my best friend crying
on the bike ride home,
But I stayed stoned,
to keep the memories cold,
I can't go back to what is gone,
Emporia
Emporia
Emporia
Emporia!


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Small Towns and Invisible People song meanings
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