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“City With No Children” by Arcade Fire

“You never trust a millionaire quoting the sermon on the mount.”

The summer that I broke my arm
I waited for your letter
I have no feeling for you now
Now that I know you better

I wish that I could have loved you then
Before our age was through
And before a world war does with us whatever it will do

Dreamt I drove home to Houston
On a highway that was underground
There was no light that we could see
As we listened to the sound
Of the engine failing

I feel like I’ve been living in
A city with no children in it
A garden left for ruin by a millionaire inside of a private prison

You never trust a millionaire quoting the sermon on the mount
I used to think I was not like them but I’m beginning to have my doubts
My doubts about it

I feel like I’ve been living in
A city with no children in it
A garden left for ruin by a millionaire inside of a private prison

I feel like I’ve been living in
A city with no children in it
A garden left for ruin by and by as I hide inside of my private prison


The major cities being designed without children in mind

A City With No Children

KAID BENFIELD, NOVEMBER 11, 2013

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