Teenage Daze
 
A nostalgic song about the end of innocence.


Teenage Daze


I remember the walk we took down by the lake,

Down by that grand old estate,

Kissing first and then lying down in the grass,

Your back itched, you scratched and I laughed,

Making love with the sun beating down on our bodies,

Clumsy teenage sex , no worries,

We heard the voices of the old couple waking their doggy,

Threw on our clothes in a hurry, and ran away,


Laughing like the school kids we were in those days,

When White Lightening binges in a park were the craze,

Buying overpriced to score some Purple Haze,

Just messing around like the school kids we were in those days,


The time has gone but the feeling stays,

Making strong love for those messy teenage days,

Innocence has gone, the memory fades,

Making strong love for those messy teenage days,

The time has gone but the feeling stays,

Making strong love for those messy teenage days,

Innocence has gone, the memory fades,

Making strong love for those messy teenage days,


I remember the time we walked up that hill,

Your friends they just wanted to chill,

She brought out a bag of her finest grass,

So began one teenage love affair that would last,


Laughing like the school kids we were in those days,

When White Lightening binges in a park were the craze,

Buying overpriced to score some Purple Haze,

Just messing around like the school kids we were in those (Oh my) days!


The time has gone but the feeling stays,

Making strong love for those messy teenage days,

Innocence has gone, the memory fades,

Making strong love for those messy teenage days,

The time has gone but the feeling stays,

Making strong love for those messy teenage days,

Innocence has gone, the memory fades,

Making strong love for those messy teenage days,