PATTY SMYTH


My Town Lyrics

I took a walk across the Brooklyn Bridge
The new graffiti says that life's a bitch
And now I hear this bridge is falling down
Someone will steal it 'fore it hits the ground

Now I wanna go out walking in my own neighborhood
Where I was just a little girl and life was good
But the boys are on the corner, gonna fuck with me
I'm gonna keep on walking, they don't see

This is my town
I was born and raised
On these streets
This is my town, oh yeah
Oh yeah, my town

Too many people are on the street tonight
It's way too hot, someone's looking for a fight
What a mess of faces in an endless sea
I'm getting tired of all this energy

And I guess, I could just pick it up and move outside of town
And listen to the crickets when the sun goes down
But then we couldn't hear them playing down at S.O.B.s
Where my friend Lincoln can get us in for free

And this is my town
I grew up too fast
On these streets
Hey, this is my town, oh yeah
Hey, yeah, yeah
This is my town, oh yeah

And tonight the rain is falling
Falling down
The lights outside keep changing
Without a sound, oh yeah

Now let's just take a train down into Chinatown
Past the house of candles, you know they burned it down
Tomorrow is the Puerto Rican Day Parade
They'll be dancing in the streets, come to carry me away

And this is my town
I was born and raised
On these streets
This is my town

I'm walking down
These mean streets
It's a big, bad town
This is my town
Hey yeah, yeah, this is my
Oh, my town

I said, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah

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Songwriter(s): Kevin Stuart James Savigar
Copyright: Almo Music Corp., Kevin Savigar Music
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