I don't need to hear your life story
I just want to talk about Southern California in the eighties
In the years before you and I were born
Silk-screened onto t-shirts and sold
Thinking we're the ones that got old

You'll take your time
And safely arrive to forty-eight of the fifty U.S. states
Sharing space in someone else's backseat for now
Sharing spaces for now

You see we've payed a deposit
And I've waited all day
For an unfamiliar face to have something good to say
But I don't need to hear your life story
I just want to talk about Southern California in the eighties
So what would it take for you to walk away
And throw aluminum cans into a clear plastic bag?
It's hot outside
You could save our lives


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Southern California In the 80's song meanings
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