“Connected are the promenades and waterways/the living waves of harbor nights and city days”

Ted Leo/Pharmacists – “Bridges, Squares” from Hearts of Oak (2003)

Ted Leo writes great songs about walking around. I’ve never been to Beantown, but this song–wherein a walk turns into a rumination on city planning, the commodification of bohemianism, the inter-connectedness of all things, and God’s plans for man–makes me want to go.

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