"Boys from Diamond City" as written by and Johnny/downes Warman....
Echoes of a million years, lie twisted in my face
In a world without no name, and a stranger human race
In the distance how it shines, sparkles in the light
Like a flower pulls you in, you lose your mind.
And it really doesn't matter if the sky should fall
Your living under ground, there's no sky at all
Nothing much changes
We're the boys of the diamond city
We're tough like diamond
We're the boys of the diamond city
So rough, like diamonds
I remember nightmare days, like packs of dogs we'd roam
Through the broken city streets, through the broken city's bone
It's so hard to stand your ground, it's so hard to stay alive
''cause when you fight for what you keep, you know you fight for your life
And it really doesn't matter if the sky should fall
Your living under ground, there's no sky at all
Nothing much changes
We're the boys of the diamond city
We're tough like diamond
We're the boys of the diamond city
So rough, like diamonds
I remember a time
A giant skyline
And a blue, blue sky
It's almost dreamlike
We're the boys of the diamond city
We're the boys of the diamond city
We're tough like diamond
We're the boys of the diamond city
So rough, like diamonds


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"Boys from Diamond City" as written by Johnny Warman Geoff N Downes

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