Phil Doyle

Phil Doyle

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Country - Rock | Shrewsbury, Pennsylvania, United States
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Plays:

33

Song Description

Feel good, Tongue in cheek song about a guy's move to the big city.

Lyrics

Back in the summer of sixty-eight I left my old home in Decatur
And decided to settle down in Brick City.
It was hot in the summer and cold in the winter, God only knows why people live there
But I've had a hell of a time in Brick City.

And Brick City shall live on Lord forever and ever
Lots of people living there, they're so happy together
Brick City shall live on Lord forever and ever
It's the home of the brave and the free.

There's dirt on the windows and dirt on the street and there's dirt on some of the people you meet
and there's a lot of weird dudes walking the streets of Brick City.
You can stroll by the seashore or walk in the park, just don't get caught there after dark
Cause strange things happen when the sun goes down in Brick City.

And Brick City shall live on Lord forever and ever
Lots of people living there, they're so happy together
Brick City shall live on Lord forever and ever
It's the home of the brave and the free.

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You can take in Picasso at the museum or check out the Stones at the Coliseum
Cause culture really goes down big in Brick City.

And Brick City shall live on Lord forever and ever
Lots of people living there, they're so happy together
Brick City shall live on Lord forever and ever
It's the home of the brave and the free.

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Song Length
3:20
Genres
Country - Rock, Pop - Rock
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
In High Spirits, Joyful

Subject Matter
City, Happiness

Similar Artist
Garth Brooks, Tim Mcgraw, Kenny Chesney
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

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