This Place

Album: Let the Dominoes Fall (2009)
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  • This place is a tale of terror
    This place is a ghost town now
    This place has lost it's people
    This place has lost it's charm

    The coals on the fire
    Ain't burnin' no more
    In the lake shore foundries
    The workers mislead by corporations
    That knows no boundaries

    This place is a tale of terror
    This place is a ghost town now
    This place has lost its people
    This place has lost its charm

    The land of liberty has been betrayed by
    The monster corporations
    The monster won't stop 'till
    It lays waste to everything

    This place is a tale of terror
    This place is a ghost town now
    This place has lost its people
    This place has lost its charm
    This place
    This place
    This place
    This place Writer/s: LARS FREDERIKSEN, ROGER MATTHEW FREEMAN, TIMOTHY (USA) ARMSTRONG
    Publisher: Wixen Music Publishing
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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