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The Doors: L'America Meaning


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L'America Lyrics

Yeeeaahh I took a trip down to L'America
To trade some beads for a pint of gold
I took a trip down to L'America
To trade some beads for a pint of gold
L'America, L'America, L'America
L'America, L'America, L'America

C'mon people, don't ya...

  1. anonymous
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    May 3rd report

    L'America was a recurring term in Jim's poetry. It takes listener's on a bit more of an experimental journey. Jim's Lyrics are thought provoking. The song was originally written to be part of the soundtrack to Michaelangelo Antonionis 1970 anarchists counterculture movie Zabriskie Point.

  2. anonymous
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    Jan 19th report

    I dont have an extremely detailed interpretation, but i think it has something to do with his native american past (if that makes sense) and perhaps he is speaking through a native American. Honestly who knows really but him, his lyrics for the most part are just riddles for things that make sense to him lol

  3. anonymous
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    Aug 21st 2017 report

    It's about jim selling his soul "To trade some beads for a pint of gold" "come on people dont ya look so down, you know the RAIN MAN is coming to town"

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