Creedence Clearwater Revival: Down On The Corner Meaning
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Down On The Corner Lyrics
Over by the courthouse they're starting to unwind.
Four kids on the corner trying to bring you up.
Willy picks a tune out and he blows it on the harp.
Down On The Corner, out in the...
anonymous May 18th 2018 report
Bring a nickel (A Joint) tap your feet it’s code for getting high and if you had a joint you could listen to them play
anonymous Mar 15th 2016 report
It's about a street corner where people gathered to play. I don't recall the street names. Like all johns songs it's about things he lived or heard about.
anonymous Sep 12th 2014 report
A babbling gaggle of homos try to pick up random strangers by blowing kazoos in an effort to attract like minded homos for the sole purpose fornication. The original gaggle of girly boys does have a standard; it will cost a nickel, not a penny, for their girly boy services.
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