Steel walls, no dirt but dust.
Greys that meet the sky.
PNC and Cultural Trust,
Penn vs Pitt alumni.

Distinct accents and food,
Rivers absent of fishes,
Sports rivalries like a blood feud,
Bridges, bridges, and bridges.

West End East End,
North Shore South Side.
Sports consume the weekend,
And black and yellow is implied.

Smog used to cover the sky,
Now it’s a town of Carnegie.
No longer a drive-by,
Pittsburgh can suit anybody.

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