Now I heard about your hometown,
From my cousins who live there.
And I heard about the gold found,
Enough for everyone to share.

And I heard about the numbers,
And I heard they were high,
Nobody likes to talk about it,
But everyone knows why.

You keep saying to me I'm alright,
You keep saying to me I'm fine.
You keep saying to me I'm alright,
But I can see it in your eyes.

They never took you to Toronto,
You never been down to Detroit.
Talk about chemical valley,
Like you never seem to care.

You keep saying to me I'm alright,
You keep saying to me I'm fine.
You keep saying to me I'm alright,
But I can see it in your eyes.

As we sit by the wall
in your room in Brandon Hall, tonight.
You can tell in this light,
they're just old bricks painted white, tonight.
And you know in your bones,
this might never feel like home, tonight.
403-401-402,
you're on the run tonight.

You keep saying to me I'm alright,
You keep saying to me I'm fine.
You keep saying to me I'm alright,
But I can see it in your eyes.
Yeah I can see it in your eyes.

You keep saying to me I'm alright,
You keep saying to me I'm fine.
You keep saying to me I'm alright,
But I can see it in your eyes.


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    General CommentI happen to be sitting by my wall, in my room in Brandon hall this very moment. Yes, it's the same Brandon hall, at McMaster University where this band formed. I understand what it means when they say "this might never feel like home". It's a common sentiment felt by university students around the world as they move away from home for the first time. 403, 401, 402 are major highways in the area.
    sprawl2on January 30, 2013   Link

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