Want to die in beat city and run, run, run
Want to hang with girls and shoot my gun
Want to catch the rays off the sun
Want to drink and drive and have some fun

Want to die in beat city and go, go, go
You can't come with me cause you're just too slow
Inject the stars make them glow
Put up a fight and put on a show

Want to die in beat city
Want to die in beat city
Want to die in beat city
Want to die in beat city

Lyrics submitted by anhjch

"Beat City" as written by Sune Rose Wagner

Lyrics © Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.

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    General CommentThe ending of this song, and the album, is really crazy. it is like their guitars are just going crazy and so they just pull the plug on them one by one, then all the music is gone.
    blu_n69on March 18, 2003   Link
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    General Commenti'm not really sure what the meaning is, but i'm guessing beat refers to the beat generation. the guy in this band evidently looks to kerouac for writing purposes. he has a tattoo of kerouacs face on his arm i think. so yeah.
    onemindtohearon April 14, 2003   Link
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    General CommentI agree with blu_n59, I love the ending. it's like the just make a whole bunch of noise, and then, it just stops. perfect ending.
    Mercurybornon February 11, 2005   Link
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    General Commenti love the way the last blast of feedback fades out, like the power was just suddenly cut from their massive amplifiers. Beautiful noise.
    aniymon February 02, 2008   Link
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    General CommentThere's definately a serious nod to the Beat culture here, so fed up and bored with the straight- laced mainstream that they're almost ready to tear everything down just to start with something fresh and new and pure. Going to Beat City is going to where all the cool, hip and "in the know" people are. "Martini's are for squares, daddy-oh".
    MD01GEISTon March 12, 2010   Link

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