"Suburbia" as written by Sean C. Kelly, Dean Kay, George Pope Iv Macnichol and Andrew David Sheldon....
somewhere in the city
built of iron and steel
where the water pumps thru buildings
thru a turbine wheel

somewhere there's a
lady calling 911
frozen to the telephone
screaming help please come

if the populations growing then
only time can tell
'cause prisons are overflowing
there's no room in hell

in the california valley the palm
trees sway

on the lawns of the tract housing
all the children play

it's darkest in suburbia
it's darkest in suburbia



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"Suburbia" as written by Dean Kay Andrew David Sheldon

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