"Turnkey Paradise" as written by and Erik Hans/farm Ohlsson....
You saw it all on TV
You read it all in magazines
No doubt that you could go on

You found a way to be free
This is what freedom really means
You found a place where that you belong

So welcome to suburban home
Welcome to a life only in chrome
For those who can't afford the market price
This is your paradise

Waiting to be found
Safe from the, far from the city
Your life when everything is pretty ** **
And you're never looking back

Faraway from problems and fights
You'll learn what life is all about
In a place where we're all safe and sound

You had it all planned out right
Already you know it will turn out
No second thoughts, you are on solid ground

So welcome to suburban home
Welcome to a life only in chrome
For those who can't afford the market price
This is your paradise

Safe from the, far from the city
Your life when everything is pretty ** **
And you're never looking back

You're never looking back

Safe from the, far from the city
Your life when everything is pretty ** **
And you're never looking back

Looking back
Looking back
Never looking back


Lyrics submitted by bateman.cards

"Turnkey Paradise" as written by Fredrik Olof Larzon Erik Hans Ohlsson

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., MOTHERSHIP MUSIC PUBLISHING

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    General CommentSorry about the missing lyrics, I've only started listening to the CD, it could very well be the best one yet though!

    If any of you come up with anything different, just leave it here and I'll edit it ASAP!
    bateman.cardson March 08, 2008   Link
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    General Commenti guess its simply about moving onto a suburban life and starting a family, eh?
    bteamstephenon February 24, 2009   Link
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    General Commentmore than that it's about making it out of the gutter and blocking out those left behind. it's rather ironic. to put it in the fugees' words: some seek stardom, then they forget harlem.
    one of the few good songs on machine 15

    don't need to mention that these lyrics are wrong
    erwinalterknabeon June 30, 2012   Link

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