Seems like it was only yesterday nothing to do and nowhere to play but then we could go down to Gilman Street and see Op Ivy every week no violence drugs or alcohol just maximum rock and roll at Gilman Street it's the place to be it's the seat of the punk rock scene cause we got the beat and we don't eat meat it's a club it's a place it's a thing and if the band is hell of rad Tim will start to bounce his head all the kids will jump on the stage and they'll hit the microphone in your face and you will get a fat lip in the pit at gilman it's a safe retreat for a zillion punk rock bands cause they've got the club and it's not enough but at least it's not Bill Graham it's Gilman Street Radley does the sound Honey watches the door and James McKinney sweeps the floor Isocracy made a mess we demand nothing less and if you've got nothing better to do there's a meeting every sunday afternoon and you can make a speech you can rant you can rave you can preach at Gilman Street it's democracy it's just one big family it's a bunch of geeks it's a load of freaks it's a club it's a place it's a thing it's Gilman Street.


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