"Calhoun Square" as written by and Prince Rogers Nelson....
I don't like this much to drink
I was there
I know right now it's hard to think
I don't care
But it's time for you and me to wonder
Why we're here
Maybe we should roll to the rock and rumble
Calhoun Square (Let's roll)

[Chorus: ]
Meet me there
If you dare
Calhoun Square!

It don't matter clothes you're wearin'
Or your hair
If you're freaky, they don't care and
They don't stare (Ain't nobody lookin' at you)
All that matters if you're happy
And if you're there (Are you there?)
Don't you want to roll to the rock and rumble
Calhoun Square? (Don't you want to? Come on now)

Hey!

[Chorus: ]

Walk through veils of many colors
If you dare (Do you dare?)
Jasmine, peach and love for others
In the air (It's all in the air)
Don't be shocked to see your mother
In the chair (Sit down, baby)
Everybody roll to the rock and rumble
Calhoun Square (Oh Lord)

Hey, come on!
Oh Lord...oh Lord
Here me now

[Repeat: x2]
Calhoun Square, Calhoun Square

Meet me there
If you dare
Calhoun Square!


Lyrics submitted by Gothy_Bura

"Calhoun Square" as written by Prince Rogers Nelson

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    General CommentI wonder if there's really a such place as Calhound Square; Either way I love this song, especially when the tempo picks up at the end of each verse & Prince fires up his guitar; He is possibly the most underrated guitarist there is!
    jtm101583on February 18, 2009   Link
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    General CommentThere is a Calhoun Square in Minneapolis. Its not really as exciting as it seems to have been in this song. :)
    nevyon June 01, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI agree with nevy.. Calhoun Square is located by Lake Calhoun in Minneapolis... I am over that way quite frequently... the thing is- years ago- I think in the mid 90's Prince had a store across the street from Calhoun Square- I can't remember the name anymore- but this song almost sounds like an advertisement for that.
    mplssoundon June 18, 2009   Link

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