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So I found myself in the sun, oh yeah
A hell of a place to end a run, oh yeah

California, I'm fine
Somebody check my brain

California's all right
Somebody check my brain

Check my brain

I walk these streets, I creep and I fall, oh yeah
When she sang I answered the call, oh yeah

California, I'm fine
Somebody check my brain

California's all right
Somebody check my brain

I lie
Tears that filled my bones
I lie
Years expended gone

I hung my guns and put 'em away, oh yeah
The trick of the trade, and by the way, oh yeah

California, I'm fine
Somebody check my brain

California's all right
Somebody check my brain

I lie!
Tears that filled my Bone
I lie!
Years expended gone
I lie!
Tears that filled my bong
I lie!
Years expended gone

Check my brain (x3)



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  • deiderique
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    deideriqueOct 2, 2009 at 8:29 am
    The album's stunning first single "Check My Brain," a throbbing rocker in which a band associated with the Pacific Northwest makes a wry and witty comment on working and living in Southern California.

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