Here in The Big Apple, nine million New Yorkers live work, and play together in one of the world's best-known concrete jungles.
"Concrete Jungle" is both a metaphor and a very real place. As a metaphor, "Concrete Jungle" evokes the worst aspects of modern urban life. Cold structures of concrete and steel, with manmade towers, cast the earth into shadow by blocking out the sun.
Not for nothing is New York City often called “the concrete jungle.” Thousands of square miles of pavement of all descriptions cover the city, from newly-poured cement sidewalks to cobblestones left over from the 1800s.
All modern cities or urban areas are filled with large buildings and are regarded especially as a harshly competitive, unwelcoming, or dangerous place. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FPggPjkoCjE
The Concrete jungle is now the second-most consumed substance on Earth behind water. Thirty-three billion tons of it are used each year, making it by far the most abundant human-made material in history, https://www.noemamag.com/concrete-built-the-modern-world-now-its-destroying-it/?utm_source=noemalinkedin&utm_medium=noemasocial
Bob Marley (Robert Nesta Marley) Version
It's a Jungle out there.
King Sporty (Noel Williams) Version