Really Small Town Lyrics


I live in a small town, I live in a really small town

My world never changes, And the characters stay the same

I live in a small town, I live in a really small town

My Doctor’s the mortician

The undertaker’s my physician

I live in a small town

It gets smaller by the day

My Doctor’s the mortician

Digs my grave with every prescription

The banker is the repo man

The banker is the reaper man

Well, I live in a small town

It gets smaller by the day

The banker is the repo man

HE lends me less than he steals by demand

The judge owns the jailhouse

The judge he owns the county jail

Well I live in a small town

It gets smaller by the day

The judge he owns the county jail

He locks me up and denies my bail

I live in a small town, I live in a really small town

Well, my world never changes, And the characters stay the same

I live in a small town, I live in a really small town


The Mayor is the village idiot

The one percent his only constituent

The residents have become the deer

Trapped by the light, enslaved by fear

The word is “Security”

Freedom more like the third degree

The system owns all the fat

The rich play victim, well justify that

Well, I live in a small town,  It gets smaller by the day

I live in a small town, I live in a really small town

My world never changes And the characters stay the same

I live in a small town I live in a really small town

The farmer is the pharmacist

Hiding ingredients from seed to dish

The toilet is the drinking well

Fracking Mother Nature, raping with drills

The hero is the war criminal

Contras-dictory Hypocritical

We get sold,  we get bought

We get schooled, or we get shot,

Well, I live in a small town,  It gets smaller by the day

I live in a small town, I live in a really small town

My world never changes And the characters stay the same

I live in a small town I live in a really small town

My world never changes And the characters stay the same

I live in a small town,  I live in a really small town


Really Small Town written by Boris Rene Buhot, all rights reserved

Author: Boris Buhot

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