"Julie in the Weeds" as written by and James Martin Boorer Steven Patrick Morrissey....
Julie lie down in the weeds and see something new
Something new
Julie from now on all the pain of youth
It will not trouble you
It will not trouble you

North, east, south, west
No one has a clue
Nobody quite knows what to do

Julie lie down in the weeds and see
How I look at you
How I look at you

North, east, south, west
No one has a clue
Nobody quite knows what to do

There are some people
Who live in order to tell others what to do
Tell others what to do
As long as there remains steel in my veins
They will not trouble you
They will not touch you
Will not trouble you


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"Julie in the Weeds" as written by Martin James Boorer Steven Morrissey

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    General CommentCould this be about Julia, the girl who sits front row at every concert? Maybe the weeds is the crowd?
    mikevee33on May 05, 2015   Link

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