"Narrow Streets" as written by and Jim Creeggan....
Narrow streets
Houses all in rows
Front porch seats
Watchin' people go
Woah-oh-oh, woah-oh-ohhhhh wah-oh

And in between
Dundas and Queen
Get off that strong
Spread the blankets on the lawn
Woah-oh-oh, woah-oh-ohhhhh wah-oh
Woah-oh-oh, woah-oh-ohhhhh

I think that we
Could do better if we weren't apart
I think that we couldn't find a better place to start
Than in this downtown neighborhood
Held together by nails and wood
Where the old folks take their time, I wanna make good time with you

And in the lane
Rusty garage doors
There's a hockey game
And that kid's freaking out 'cause he scored
Woah-oh-oh, oh-oh-ohhhhh, oh-oh-ohhhhh
Woah-oh-oh, oh-oh-ohhhhh

I think that we
Could do better if we weren't apart
I think that we couldn't find a better place to start
Than in this downtown neighborhood
Held together by nails and wood
Where the old folks take their time, I wanna make good time with you

I wanna climb the roof with you
I wanna walk the lane with you


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"Narrow Streets" as written by Jim Creeggan

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    My InterpretationI think this song is suggesting somebody wants to move in with somebody else as they want to start a relationship but one person is nervous and so they found the perfect quiet neighborhood
    J.W.T-J_BNLon May 17, 2017   Link

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