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  In my area there're no children with diapers
No young people in their formative years.
People call it 'a place of aged couples'

There are no young people married or singles,
No grown-ups with their hopes and dreams
In my area there're no children with diapers

There are only aging and aged humans,
Self-obsessed, pretentious, bohemians,
People call it 'a place of aged couples'.

To the past or future they have no eyes,
People are rather at home and homes,
In my area there're no children with diapers.

No happy mothers bothering for diapers,
To take the children around, no happy fathers,
People call it 'a place of aged couples'

Feeding and food worries not the parents
To regenerate, no people returning homes
In my area, there're no children with diapers
People call it 'a place of aged couples".

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May 08, 2005
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