THE ROARING TWENTIES

from by Jon Creeden

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We want to lay in the streets, stare up at the starts
we're going to spend all our best years, at the edge of a bar
we are the student generation, revolt and drink it all away
create these memories none of us will remember anyway

and the world could end tomorrow but we will never die
raise your glasses together and just live for tonight

Great romances of the new age, occur in the back seats of cars
we let the brands and labels define us, define who we are
we are the new lush generation modeled after
Humphrey Bogaart and Monroe
get through life with fake plastic smiles and an alcoholic glow

and the world could end tomorrow but we will never die
raise your glasses together and just live for tonight
and if I die tomorrow, don't shed a tear
just wash away the bitter sorrow with another bottle of beer.

credits

from 2007 - 2012 All the Songs, released July 2, 2014
From Good Bye Sandy Hill, released 24 June 2010
Recorded by Keith Charlebois May 2010 In Ottawa Ontario
Piano: Laura Sinclair

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Jon Creeden Ottawa, Ontario

Split LP Out Oct.29/2016
black, and very limited yellow
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A dude who likes hanging with friends, drinking beer and singing songs.
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