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how long can you watch carnival
Billy said he got the money, put us on the first Greyhound bus
New York City lights gonna be greetin' us

Oh,
Ladies and gentlemen lights are going out let's sleep outside and watch the city sleep
Listen and remember wait another day we are explorers far away
I need city lights
Defense and weaponry
No way of knowing
My life expectancy

I learn resistance
Like I learn to see
A living witness
to the wolves
Left there to die

Hiding from shadows that chase by the light of the moon
Choking on lies overflowing in silver spoons
Told of the cities
I need city lights
Defense and weaponry
No way of knowing
My life expectancy

I learn resistance
Like I learn to see
A living witness
I need city lights
Defense and weaponry
No way of knowing
My life expectancy

I learn resistance
Like I learn to see
A living witness
to the wolves
Left there to die

Hiding from shadows that chase by the light of the moon
Choking on lies overflowing in silver spoons
Told of the cities
I unplugged everything, I looked out the window 
And I think the city heard, I watched as one by one the lights went off 
So they could give their
the street
I'm surprised they didn't pull this brother over for his speed
Cause Uhh..

[Chorus: repeat 2X]
The Inner City Shyste
Brothers come fiesty
Just like
Sisters and brothers
Motor city down to Mississippi
Vegas lights to Atlantic City, yeah

Long as there’s sawdust on that old dance floor
And love still
she knew
There's nothin' gonna stop or stall her
And luck is on her side tonight
They're pullin' over to the curb to call her
Man, she loves these city
drives a sports car
To the Warner Brothers ghost
He used to live in England
Now he loves the coast (chorus)
Some times a friend comes by
To sing
my wage in the factories there
And I was raised by the mill
And I worked with my brothers there
I told my mother I'd always write

I headed west
trip, get pistol-whipped
By a psycho maniac sick in his head
want to be a gangster, now he's dead
His brother took over, ain't no sweat
Bought a new
toes
She wipes his fat neck
And it lights up his nose
But he cannot be fooled
Old city hall Fred
She's nasty, she's nasty
She digs it in bed

Do
the pale moonlight
They were off to Cayo Hueso by the dawns early light
The gringo in the garden called the customs man
They answered all his questions,
I saw the lights of the Commodore Barry
From the deck of the ghost of the flower street ferry
And I felt the shock of an atom bomb
When the tired old
one by one

Troubles fade into the distance
The Doobie Brothers on the radio
Maura reads the weather for ya
Says, "New York City got another three
of the Crystal City made a brother flip

[ VERSE 2 ]
I was smack dab in the middle of a wonderful dream
When I was suddenly awokened by a freightening scream
My
of reason
And your prison disappears

The cities were abandoned,
And the forests echoed song
They danced and lived as brothers
They knew love could not be
those chains of reason
And your prison disappears

The cities were abandoned
And the forests echoed song
They danced and lived as brothers
They knew
You were waiting at the end of the road
So I wouldn't miss the turn
On a moonless light with your flashlight
I was touched by your concern
Mixtapes by wack DJs adds doo doo play 
I'm on the turnpike, the city drifting down the highway 
Like a mirage, the style there is all illusion 
On videos
flee
Shine your light on me, on me
Be a light unto my path
And a lamp unto my feet

They flew us down to Oklahoma City
Yeah, but I could hardly
Boosie Badazz
Rozay, I know about that nickel rock

In the match box I saw my first nickel rock
Cash city, nigga with his first nickel spot
Rest in