"Product of the 80's" as written by Brian Mcternan, Mike Ambrose, Audelio Flores, Joseph Saucedo, Matthew Wilson, Jordan Paul Brown and Daniel Levi Coddaire....
Put me into syndication,
Broadcast to a network station
Of people viewing their favorite episodes.
I can't find a new pitch to throw the studios.

I need a re-run to better cast
The next series of events in the air-timeline lapse.

My made-for-TV type was written off
In the last season when I wasn't focused on the cue.

I grew up with David Lee and Tiffany,
In love with Billy Jean
And I was terrified of Freddy.

I grew up, no DVD's, or mp3's, or plasma screen TV's
Because I'm a product of the 80's.

When Punky Brewster came around,
The afternoon stopped being down.
For Pacific/Eastern times
And the Bayside "Saved By…" teens
Who were opening with lines a
Nd the songs that became our themes.
"Like a Prayer" and "Like a Virgin,"
A music to video version.


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"Product of the 80s" as written by Jordan Paul Brown Mike Ambrose

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    General CommentMatt: "The working title for this song was 'Cars' because we felt it had a feel similar to something The Cars would write. Since we thought it sounded kind of like an 80s song, I was inspired to write the lyrics about what it was like to grow up in the 80s and how that shaped me into the person I am today."
    Sleepwalker88on July 30, 2011   Link

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