'69' has nothing to do about a year, it has to do with a sexual position...At the end of the song the lyric says that it's me and my baby in a 69 (sexual position). That is very analytical and it sounds like that could be very true; I have no actual verification, but that is a thought.In the second verse, he talks about getting into the real worl, having to work for some money, and in doing so, meeting a lover that he wanted to spend the rest of his life with. It is a beautiful song and songs are never written just in a single stretch.In the third verse, he again remembers his memories as kids who were just living to live. They are written ,fine tuned and set in music,revised and fine tuned. The song sure does reflect childhood reminisces of a person while in may be high school. It might be possible Bryan was echoing the experience of teenage.69 migh have been rounded figure to fit musically in the composition.Bryan always admit it, so I don't know why some people get offended here by knowing it! A did a good job to make at least, one of his songs, enter History just because his words may have a hidden sense... I was six years old when I went to my first Bryan Adams concert. When Bryan sings "me and my baby in a 69" he is in fact referring to an Austin A69, a popular car of the time.Take a look at Bryan Adams official website( there is an interview section where he tells everything about this song, he also said that once he told this story to a journalist in a radio interview and she blushed and said to him"I'll never play this song again"So believe it, the son is in fact about 69 sexual position! I sincerely love this song, and I don't care if it's about sex or not... I registered just because I was so outraged by the very first statement. Bryan Adams didn't write the song and his partner on the song was nineteen in 1969. I doubt that there would have been much room in a 69 for a 69 as they were very small cars.
Its also becoming clearer that Bryan's quip "standing on your mamas porch, you told that you would wait forever" is probably a product of our second encounter after the theft where I spotted him with his gang walking past our row of townhouses.
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Half of Bryan's work is about sex, seemingly influenced by his nudest hippie Mother but this song defies that continuation & is generally considered about a lost youth.
Now throw into the mix a 1969 Raleigh Chopper prototype bicycle that was stolen directly in front of the Queensway Drive-In Theater by an eleven year old prince of thieves & things become allot clearer.