My favorite land is Main Street USA. Sure it lost some nice little stuff like Center Street the Cinema and the Penny Arcade and I'll wish I saw it, but Think of what great stuff is still there and can be enjoyed in this quaint turn of the century New England city.
The Dapper Dan's still harmonize with the silvery tinkle of their Deagen Organ Chimes.
The Marching Band still keeps up the beat from Town Square to the Hub.
The band of musical train engineers still keeps their sweet tunes coming often joined by the fine Citizens of Main Street!!!!!!
The pianist at Casey's Corner still tickles the ivories.
The sweet hum of Main Street's "new fangled auto-cars" and the measured face of a horse-drawn streetcar.
You can still get a trim in the Harmony Barbershop. (I think is better in Town Square because thats was where the center of business was the the old days).
See some of more of the fine Main Street Citizens in the Trolley Show.
Oh how can I forget the ever moving and patriotic Flag Retreat Ceremony!!!!!
Plus the spirit of some old Main Street locals live on:
In Casey's Corner is a little theater that plays old Sport's themed cartoons (So in a sense THE CINEMA LIVES)!!!!
One day I was talking to Mayor Weaver about the Penny Arcade and he said some games are in the train depot (I FINALLY GOT TO USE A KINETO-SCOPE)!!!!!
I know it won't be the same to others but I'm still happy for Main Street and will be my favorite place.
See ya walkin' right down the middle of o'l Main Street USA