"Where The Kids Are" as written by and Bruce James Pinto Da Silva Driscoll Erica Pinta Da Silva Driscoll....
I can't blame it all on you
'Cause I'd be wrong
All in all, all all, in all
You're such a beautiful girl

Don't take my chances
Smile for the lenses

Live it up, you're growing up
Parties in the wilderness of life
Light it up, just give it up
Where the kids are running free tonight

The cars on the avenues
Can wait in line
All in all, all all, in all
Lived out this innocent time

Gold roads leave Kansas
Scarecrow loves dances

Live it up, you're growing up
Parties in the wilderness of life
Light it up, just give it up
Where the kids are running free tonight

They're running free tonight
They're running free
They're running free tonight

Live it up, you're growing up
Parties in the wilderness of life
Light it up, just give it up
Where the kids are running free tonight

Live it up, you're growing up
Parties in the wilderness of life
Light it up, just give it up
Where the kids are running free tonight

Where the kids are running free tonight
Where the kids are running free


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"Where the Kids Are" as written by Erica Driscoll Bruce James Driscoll

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    My InterpretationBasically -in my eyes at least- the song is being told to a younger person (obviously a girl; "you're such a beautiful girl"), and this said girl is receiving an apology of sorts that leads into the lead vocals encouraging this girl to live her younger years to the fullest before reaching that level of maturity you can't escape.

    "Live it up, you're growing up."

    Self-explanatory, really.
    urasosoon December 13, 2012   Link

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