I won't say a word as I turn every light down in this town
you won't hear me coming not the sound of my feet running to take you down
these New York winters are killing me
And I won't say a word as i burn every building in this town to the ground
and it makes me feel so small to know that all the damage done won't change a thing
because this place is becoming worse and worse
these New York Winters are killing me
so I said to myself I need a change of pace
everyday gets worse and worse and I can't keep running this race
and December has been better but it's been years
since I stood up and said it's time to face my fears
I won't won't say a word
my voice is too unfamiliar to be heard
and i won't say a word
and i won't say a word to anyone

Lyrics submitted by DarthFly0

Four Superbowls, No Rings song meanings
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    General CommentThese lyrics are so great.
    Molz017on January 31, 2011   Link
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    General Commentsuch a great song definitley top 5 all time for me
    fuckbarspinson January 08, 2012   Link
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    My InterpretationBeing from Rochester, where the band is from, I know that by "Four Superbowls, No Rings" they're referring to the Buffalo Bills. It's pretty obvious in that regard.
    In Rochester we're pretty used to the snow and cold, thanks to Lake Ontario. That must be what the "New York winters" they're talking about are.
    WillCrearyon March 08, 2013   Link

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