“the farms of ohio had been replaced by shopping malls, and muzak filled the air from seneca to cuyahoga falls – hey, oh, way to go, ohio!” – d/c harmonic tempo mapped

 

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“my city was gone” is the song that Rush Limbaugh starts at every Radio program with.

The theme of the song is someone who grew up in the late 50s in suburban Ohio coming back to that same place. When she comes back decades later, she sees that things to become industrialized and yet the people are not very happy.

Dana Matherton

Dr. Stone

Matherton

declassified 4/9/2017