City Middle Song Lyrics

The National


writers: Bryce D. Dessner, Matthew D. Berninger
album: Track 12 in album Alligator
release date: 2005-4-11
popularity : 81 users have visited this page.
genres: Rock
styles: Alternative Rock/Indie Rock
length: 4:27
mixer: Peter Katis
recorded by: Paul Mahajan
mastering: Greg Calbi
composer: The National
lyricist: The National

Album Information

label: Beggars Banquet
country(area): United Kingdom
format: CD
barcode: 0607618024123
script: Latin

Cover Art

The National Alligator cover art


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Karen, take me to the nearest famous city middle
Where they hang the lights
Where it's random, and it's common versus common
La di la

I've got five hundred in twenties
And I've got a ton of great ideas
I'm really worked up
I'm on a good mixture, I don't want to waste it
I'm on a good mixture, I do not want to waste it
I want to go gator around the warm beds of beginners
I'm really worked up

Karen, take me to the nearest famous city middle


Track Listing

CD 1
  • 1 Secret Meeting
  • 2 Karen
  • 3 Lit Up
  • 4 Looking for Astronauts
  • 5 Daughters of the Soho Riots
  • 6 Baby, We'll Be Fine
  • 7 Friend of Mine
  • 8 Val Jester
  • 9 All the Wine
  • 10 Abel
  • 11 The Geese of Beverly Road
  • 12 City Middle
  • 13 Mr. November