"Love Street" as written by and Gerry Shephard....
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    General Commentthis is about the apartment pam and jim shared together. he hestitates to say his true feelings about her or make actual commitments so he says "i guess i like it fine.... so far"
    allycat3112007on May 23, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI honestly think this song doesn't have much to it besides that it's a message like any other of his song's and in this one he is basically saying is that she's too attached to him and he feels she loves him wayyy more than he loves her, she's just so clingy and in love like in a big daze with him.

    "She has wisdom and knows what to do" Meaning she's a smart girl, she shouldn't get swept off her feet that easy. Also just throwing it out there idk if this is true or not but i heard Pam had a Heroin problem. "She has me and she has you" and maybe she would tell him im going out and she would really go do Heroin and he secretly knew about this but didn't say much. "There's this store where the creatures meet
    I wonder what they do in there" Sarcasm much?

    Santino415on August 15, 2010   Link
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    General CommentLove Street does refer to Rothdell Trail, an offshoot of Laurel Canyon that has apartments situated behind the Canyon Country Store, the store where the "creatures meet". The line "She has robes and she has monkeys", probably is "read" as "She has robes and she has monkeys (who are) lazy diamond studded flunkees, meaning that Pamela was probably hanging with very greasy types that Jim did not appreciate her hanging with, heroin being Pam's drug of choice. Pam was a very strong headed individual, which either attracted Jim or trapped him. Either way, she was it for him, though they both screwed around somewhat. And there is sarcasm in this song, in the way that Jim says he likes it "so far". This was probably their relationship. "Summer Sunday and a year" confuses me though.
    Milquetoaston July 10, 2013   Link
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    General CommentYeah they called the street they lived on, Love St.
    TheShillon April 30, 2004   Link
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    General CommentSo says in the biography of Jim Morrison -"No One Here Gets Out Alive"- jIm and Pamela got a new apartment in Laurel Canyon, on Rothdell Trail, which is the place this song is written about. "Like all other songs about or dedicated to Pamela, there was a hesitancy, a refusal to make a final commitment, a biting sting at the end"

    I encourage anyone and everyone who has been a doors fan and/or morrison fan to read this book, it is unbelievable, great literature.
    lizard_kingon November 09, 2004   Link
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    General CommentThe book No One Here Gets Out Alive" should be called "Nothing Here But a Bunch of Lies" although the story about it regarding Pam is basically true.
    eternally_downon December 25, 2004   Link
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    General CommentThis is probably my favorite doors song, even if it isn't their best song. It is soooo hard to choose just one best doors song.
    adam1986on March 28, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThe words " she has robes and she has monkeys" was orignally "she has robes and she has Junkies" referring yes, to Pam, where she lived if you have ever seen the Doors movie.
    DoorsFan_2006on May 21, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI think its about a manipulative bitch. who has good game.
    autottomaticon August 23, 2008   Link
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    General Commenti know its about pam now but when i first heard the song i thought it was about prostutition

    read over the lyrics and think about it.....
    classicrock4evuron March 07, 2009   Link

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