Lake michigan Lyrics

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Lake michigan

by Broadways. Buy album CD: Broken Van

let's go down to the lake and take a swim in toxic waste
i dive in the buildings, soar so high i cannot see the sky
there's something strange about this big city
i think i can do without this big city life
i'll move to the mountains and build my own log cabin
and enjoy being alone all by myself
instead of feeling lonely on this crowded train downtown
perhaps it was the industrial revolution that led the way
to the pollution of our planet
that and the evolution of technology
perhaps it couldn't have been avoided
the paradox of technology is that it may save what we've destroyed
but who really cares about having cleaner air
factories roar everyday and poullute the air away
and what about the landfills and the toxic waste
bringing disease to our children, water, and land
when i ride the train sometimes i get a stare
rarely do i get a smile
people are so concerned with their identity
no cares enough to talk as human beings
but how can we find a solution without communication
if it's become too late for our generation
let's go down to the lake and take a swim in our mistakes

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Album: Broken Van (2000) Lyrics
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  1. Floundering
  2. Not necessarly the news
  3. 2nd grade cells
  4. One man board of directors
  5. Natural disaster
  6. Under my belt
  7. It was pancho villa
  8. T.v. song
  9. Broadway and briar
  10. Rainy day
  11. I think i shall never see
  12. What happened?
  13. Lake michigan
  14. Dropjaw
  15. This routine


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