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Big Kenny – Trip lyrics

What if hell is just a place down below
Then tell me why should I go
When I could just go back to California
Just go back to California

And if heaven is just a place up in the sky
Then tell me why should I go
When I could drive my car to Colorado
Drive my car to Colorado

And if Dorothy and little Toto met the wizard because
Well they found a place called Oz
Well I could pack my bags and fly to Kansas
Pack my bags and fly to Kansas

And if paradise is just a place where I'm happy all the time
Frolicking in the sunshine oh and the peacefulness I find
Well it's sweeter than red wine
Then I might as well stay here and love you
Think I'll just stay here and love you

So let the ocean swallow California
Mountains fall in Colorado
Let tornadoes rip through Kansas
I'll just stay right here and love you

Who needs California
And it's way too cold in Colorado
And Kansas, well it's too flat
Yeah I think I'll just stay here and love you
And your amber waves
I think I'll just stay here and love you
What a trip that would be

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