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  • This song shows anger and anxiety towards being part of a city that is falling part. The influence of the city can be felt in the line, "They put amphetamines in the air and make me breathe." The singer is determined to move on and start over some where else in search for a new beginning. >>
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    Malikah - Clinton, OK
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