He says Florida is slowly sinking, sinking into the ocean
He says the housing tracts are built on half facts and the rest on half fiction

And I can't argue that statistics
are becoming the definition
of just standing still between glass and steel drowning in thes quicksand.

And the cities skyline hasn't looked the same
since the boom in south Florida's real estate.
It's turning into more than I can take. Too much too soon, too little too late.

Between the garbage and the concrete
to the construction grounds under our feet
a boomtown gone bust, a goldmine to dust that's disintegrating
where latch key kids from divorces transplants and the foreign tourists
fill up vacation spots turned to trailer parks cause this state is fading.

And the cities skyline hasn't looked the same, since the boom in south Florida's real estate.
It's turning into more than I can take. Too much too soon, too little too late.


Lyrics submitted by IanIsSuperRad

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