Ode to 1964

We were bitchin and bad

Never bummed out or sad

Life was a blast, a real gas

No room for a candyass

We were cats and chicks

We’d hang loose at flicks

Sometimes all decked out

We were cool and far out

No ratfinks or flakes

Hands down no fakes

We’d bug out and go cruising

but not for a bruising

We’d lay a patch with our ride

We had the fuzz on our side

Yep, we were fine as wine

We lived on Cloud 9

Hey, do you dig?

Don’t flip your wig!

Lay it on me now and

Don’t have a cow

Later man and be cool

-Eugenia

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Original published on beBee – Ode to 1964

About Eugenia

“I would rather be amongst forest animals and the sound of nature, than amongst city traffic and the noise of man.” Anthony D. Williams.
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7 Comments

  1. Very apt Eugenia

  2. Love it! That is one groovy ride.

  3. It sounds like you had a great time in 1964, Eugenia! I’ll bet you relive those wonderful days riding in that great vintage car. Love the color! <3

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