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Lost In Suburbia      By Gregory Bradler

Chorus
Lost in suburbia, lost in suburbia, lost in suburbia, can't find my way
Lost in suburbia, lost in suburbia, lost in suburbia, can't find my way

Verse 1
Moved out from the city to a big old house
In a neighborhood that is as quiet as a mouse
Outside it was lovely with the flowers all in bloom
Inside was enticing with TV's in every room

But soon enough the boredom started creeping in
You know it's bad when you get tired of sleeping in

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Second Verse
Next I decorated with the missus and her friend
Soon enough I realized that this process doesn't end
Wintertime I filled the yard with brightly lit reindeer
It was all a sight to see but where was my career?

To do this once in awhile is really not that bad
To make a life of this will surely drive me mad

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Third Verse
Next-door neighbor Freddie likes to do it all himself
He'll fix his car, he'll fix the roof and then he'll hang a shelf
I don't want to fix my tire or fix a leaky sink
All that stuff just makes me want to fix myself a drink
I'd much prefer to pay a monthly maintenance fee
Then have to deal with this responsibility

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Coda
Lost in suburbia
Itís all absurdia
They'd rather murder ya
Then speak a word to ya
Lost in suburbia
Itís all absurdia
They'd rather murder ya
Then speak a word to ya
Lost in suburbiaÖ
Can't find my way, can't find my way, can't find my way