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JIMI B Lyrics
"1965"

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1965

It was 1965 I became alive
20.000 voices echoed the Gardens
The heroes performed
Flashes of Kodak lightning blinded our eyes
Some cried out of joy

King Edward was smiling
The trolleys would ring their bells
When they went passing by
They smiled and waved hello hello

Smoked my first in the back seat of a Vauxhall
Couldn't wait to come down
Salvatore admired his Plymouth Savoy
While stealing kisses in the park
Mustang Sally cruised the Yonge Street
If ever a demon on wheels

There was something in the air I was there
A teenage awakening
I'm sure God would agree this time with me

We were immune tomorrows would never come
We howled at the moon from our virgin box

When she touched me my senses ran wild
Cliche poetry of woman and child
And forever seemed to short time
For the brave hearts
All the signs were challenged all the time

There was something in the air I was there
A teenage awakening
I'm sure God would agree

There was something I was there no one cared
No one heard a thing

There was something in the air
I was there a teenage awakening
I'm sure God would agree

There was something in the air

There was something in the air
No one cared
No one saw a thing

There was something in the air
Cause I was there a teenage awakening
I'm sure God would agree
This time with me

Hello hello

Words and music by Jimi Bertucci
© 2013 James Bert Publishing/SOCAN/ASCAP