"Steeltown" as written by and John Robert/hughes Beck....
Blow in the wind to old steeltown
Blow in the wind to turn her around
Blow out the flame and dying name
This dirty town won't seem the same
Blow in the wind to old steeltown
And turn around

I never thought I'd see the day
What a crying shame
Tell me who's to blame
Mere words of comfort have no meaning
For a dying town
That won't lie down

Blow in the wind to old steeltown
Blow in the wind to turn her around
Blow out the flame and dying name
This dirty town won't seem the same
Blow in the wind to old steeltown
And turn around

There comes a time when you must question
Were you wrong or right?
Can you sleep at night?
Too many shattered dreams to answer
Without reason or rhyme
Where do you draw the line?

Blow in the wind to old steeltown
Blow in the wind to turn her around
Blow out the flame and dying name
This dirty town won't seem the same
Blow in the wind to old steeltown
And turn around

It couldn't last forever
Sign of the times
No pleasure
Where can we go together?
Don't bring me down
Don't bring me down

Blow in the wind to old steeltown
Blow in the wind to turn her around
Blow out the flame and dying name
This dirty town won't seem the same
Blow in the wind to old steeltown
And turn around



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"Steeltown" as written by John Robert Beck John Hughes

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