"Will It Ever Be Quiet?" as written by and Dennis/johansson Lyxzen....
I want to thank the industrialization for the noises it gave
Thanks for the planes and thanks for the trains
And for the factories that you've made
Do you remember when it was quiet down here?
I want to thank this cultural production for the sounds that it brings
It makes us amplify our manifestos and it enables me to sing
I want to thank you, my little Nemesis, for everything
For making my head explode and for making my ears ring
Do you remember when it was quiet down here?
I want to thank the industrialization for the noises it gave
Thanks for the planes and thanks for the trains
And the factories that you've made
I send out all of my thanks to the city that never sleeps
It's spreading all over the world, new sounds every week


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"Will It Ever Be Quiet" as written by Dennis Sven Olof Lyxzen Lars Stromberg

Lyrics © Peermusic Publishing, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., MOTHERSHIP MUSIC PUBLISHING

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    General CommentThe joyous sounds(or lack of) of progress.

    Before inner city pollution, automobiles, factories, industry, airports, when the world possessed a sound of simplicity.
    BrokenRepublicon June 06, 2006   Link

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