"Pch" as written by and Dusty Hill Frank Beard....
I was out on the coastline
Getting a little shake
Do it every day
For mercy sake
Sometime surf's up
Sometimes it's flat
Eatin' up asphalt
Prowlin' like a tomcat
Stunned at what I see
Should I stay or should I leave?
Too much, not enough P-C-H
Too much, not enough P-C-H
Feelin' kind of free
By the deep blue sea
A true blood blue sud
Hangin' on me
Want to head north
But I might go south
Can't make up my mind
'Cause I'm thinking like Brian
I'm hangin' in and out
I'm pullin' up 'cause it's about
Too much, not enough P-C-H
Too much, not enough P-C-H

Lyrics submitted by Demau Senae

"PCH" as written by Dusty Hill Billy Gibbons

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    My Interpretation"PCH" stands for Pacific Coast Highway. (Yes, it also stands for Publisher's Clearing House, but that has nothing to do with this song.) The song is about pleasure riding a motorcycle on the Pacific Coast Highway.

    Key points that support this:
    - "I was out on the coastline/Getting a little shake"—the shake of a motorcycle, that is
    - "Eatin' up asphalt"—on the road, traveling many miles
    - "Want to head north/But I might go south"—the PCH runs north and south along the coast
    - "I'm thinking like Brian"—Brian Wilson, that is
    Quantumpandaon April 23, 2016   Link

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