Classic Rock

Lyrics

Words and music by Mitch Brookhyser and Danny Scholz

Remember those times the old car-hop days
When cars had the muscle that Hollywood saved
We’d spin through the traffic in the neon lights
Loaded and hungry for picking a fight

Now we took some hits now baby
The punches heal so slow
We were running around like we had a clue
We were so fearless pain was something new

We did they go, can you answer
Where did the Go-Go go, do you know
If it were so there’s a chance you’ll
Always remember sweet days of youth
The sweet days of youth

I can think back to when people were real
The city meant walking and rock had a feel
But something got lost in all those days
I fondly remember the younger ways

Take it on back to when vinyl was king and
Forty-five records and bikes were the thing
We twisted and shouted and fruged through the night
The Drive-in and backseats were so out-of-sight

The sweet days of youth
The sweet days of youth
The sweet days of youth
The sweet days of youth