boys and their mothers, cats and dogs can’t seem to get along (but still they get along)
sundays with roses, rooftops in France
no matter how you mend it it’s friendly romance
dads and their daughters, mice and men can’t seem to get along (but still they get along)
ads on the tv ads on the train no matter how you send it it still leaves a stain

cause it’s all about sex in the city
so hard to get along
can't blame kids in the city
if they can’t tell right from wrong
cause they ain’t been around that long

the pope and his parish, the church and the town can’t seem to get along (but still they get along)
sundays with roses, rooftops in france
no matter how you mend it it’s friendly romance

be sure to do your homework when you go back home

it’s all about sex in the city
so hard to get along
can’t blame the kids in the city
if they can’t tell right from wrong
cos they ain’t been around that long

generation (?) generation
generation (?) generation

cause it’s all about sex in the city
so hard to get along
can’t blame your kids in the city
they can’t tell right from wrong
cos they ain’t been around that long


Lyrics submitted by Warren Judkins

Sex in the City song meanings
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