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The correct title of this article is Neighborhood #2 (Laïka). Some symbols have been changed to their equivalent word due to technical restrictions.
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Neighborhood #2 (Laïka)

This song is by Arcade Fire and appears on the album Funeral (2004).

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Alexander, our older brother
Set out for a, a great adventure
He tore our images out of his pictures
He scratched our names out of all his letters

Our mother shoulda just named you Laïka

Come on Alex, you can do it
Come on Alex, there's nothing to it
If you want something don't ask for nothing
If you want nothing don't ask for something

Our mother shoulda just named you Laïka
It's for your own good
It's for the neighborhood
The neighborhood

Our older brother, bit by a vampire
For a year, we caught his tears in a cup
And now we're gonna make him drink it
Come on Alex, don't die or dry up

Our mother shoulda just named you Laïka
It's for your own good
It's for the neighborhood
The neighborhood

When daddy comes home, you always start a fight
So the neighbors can dance in the police disco lights
The police disco lights, the police disco lights
Now the neighbors can dance, now the neighbors can dance
Now the neighbors can dance, now the neighbors can dance, look at 'em dance

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Arcade Fire

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