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This song is about the street in Laurel Canyon, California where Jim Morrison lived with his girlfriend, Pamela Courson. The address was 1812 Rothdell Trail, but they called it "Love Street" because they could sit on the balcony and watch the hippies go by.
This was released as the B-side of "Hello, I Love You."
The line, "There's a store where the creatures meet" refers to the canyon store where all the hippies of the canyon hung out. (thanks, Dhani - Wausau, WI)
The lyrics, "She has me and she has you" indicates that Morrison knows that his girlfriend Pamela Courson has relations with other men. (thanks, bob - Laguna Beach, CA)
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