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She came out with her best friend for the summer in l. a.They took a spot and plopped down on the beachYou find them there near every dayAnd I saidCalifornia guys all can’t peel their eyesFrom that girl from new york cityAnd l. a. boys all heard the noiseAbout that girl from new york cityWe’ll turn ’em on with all the things that will be happening night and dayWe’ll show them such a groovy time that they’ll both be decidin’ to stayAnd let me sayCalifornia guys all can’t peel their eyesFrom that girl from new york cityAnd l. a. boys all heard the noiseAbout that girl from new york cityCalifornia guys all can’t peel their eyesFrom that girl from new york cityAnd l. a. boys all heard the noiseAbout that girl from new york cityCalifornia guys all can’t peel their eyesFrom that girl from new york cityAnd l. a. boys all heard the noiseAbout that girl from new york city



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