"L.A. Explosion" as written by and Leo Joseph Nolte....
Well in these hard times I like to see
The boys and girls together
It makes me think of songs and things
As smiles and rainy weather
Once I was beat but I wanted to be free
And I guess you never really know
Where you wanna be

Well you know this old town is break
As we sing and dance you know
Snowstorm of false security you know
Laugh while you can
Soon you'll have to play your hand
And I guess you never really know
What you gotta stand

L.A. explosion is on my mind
Wheels keep on spinning 'round
And we don't know
Yeah we don't know

Well you thought and joked about days of old
When kids would run and dance
To whiskey trip on the Sunset Strip
The cops would swarm around us
Those days are gone
But I think I see the dawn
And I guess you never really know
When it's coming on

Well in these hard times I like to see
The boys and girls together
It makes me think of songs and things
As smiles and rainy weather
Once I was beat but I wanted to be free
And I guess you never really know
Where you wanna be

L.A. explosion is on my mind
Wheels keep on spinning 'round
And we don't know
Yeah we don't know


Lyrics submitted by joelm

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