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Teenage Summer Days
by David Arthur Brown

Down on Pico and Fedora
Back in 1983
All the cholos on the corner
Hid their pistols in the trees

El Funny Clown lived off of Sunset
On a street called Benton Way
There were blood satins on the sidewalk
But the rain washed them away

On the mean streets of L.A.
All those teenage summer days

We took the bus way down to Venice
Went bodysurfing in the waves
Staring out at the horizon

On those teenage summer days

On the mean streets of L.A.
All those teenage summer days

My daddy was a trucker
Hauling freight 12 hours a day
Sometimes he'd take me down to Vernon
Or the shipyards in South Bay

On those teenage summer days
On the mean streets of L.A.

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