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Cross Canadian Ragweed – Jenny lyrics

Jenny come back from California
She said her mother's doing fine
Jenny come back from California
With a sparkle in her eye

(verse)
Early last June, she bought a round trip ticket
To San Francisco by the bay.
Trouble at home, she said she couldn't take it.
She needed time to get away.


(repeat chords of chorus)
Jenny come back from California.
With a brand new pair of shoes
Jenny come back from California
She come back without her blues

Solo:

(repeat chords of verse)

Well there's something about that ocean
That's got a romantic feeling
When you're standing by the shore
A little more time, a lot more healing
Maybe she'll love me once more

(repeat chords of chorus)
Jenny come back from California.
A little lighter when she steps.
Jenny come back from California
Full of life with no regrets

(bridge)

Never knew what she saw in San Francisco
Maybe moonlight by the sea
It can fall off in the water
Just as long as she comes back to me.

(repeat chords of chorus)
Jenny come back from California
With a brand new diamond ring
Jenny come back from California
She gathered up the rest of her things.

Jenny went back to California.



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