I walked right up the old pierfront arcade
I watched them jukebox junkies as they played
They walked right up to smile, let me know
If you were laughing at them then, you didn't let it show

Trust a stiller, shallow wave
It digs itself a deeper grave
I look too short, I talk too tame
It doesn't matter what I say sometimes
Love is built in pieces, made right here in Fragile Town
You said once you were weaving, oh, but who is fragile now?

I walked right up the old pierfront arcade
I watched them jukebox junkies as they played
They walked right up to smile, let me know
If you were laughing at them then, you didn't let it show

Do you bring that hammer down?
And smash apart this fragile town
You'll be born apart but born to please
And Fragile Town is on it's knees sometimes
Love is built in pieces, it's made before it's strong
I said once I was leaving but I came back before too long

I walked right up the old pierfront arcade
I watched them jukebox junkies as they played
They walked right up to smile, let me know
If you were laughing at them then, you didn't let it show show show show

Ohh


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Pierfront Arcade song meanings
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