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She made her exit a month ago tomorrow
Called up her mama and asked if she could borrow
Enough money to leave for awhile
Mama said you always were impulsive child
She bought a ticket at the Greyhound station
Said she needed a permanent vacation
Ran out of money by Santa Fe
Hitchhiked the rest of the way

And she blew into town with a runaway heart
Like a Santa Ana blowin' down Ocean Boulevard
Everybody said she was a restless one
Never knew where she was going but
She sure did like to run

She took a job with a bucket and a wet mop
Saved her pay checks and bought an old ragtop
She'd crank it up and let her hair down
They'd hear her coming for miles around

And she blew into town with a runaway heart
Like a Santa Ana blowin' down Ocean Boulevard
Everybody said she was a restless one
Never knew where she was going but
She sure did like to run

Last time I saw her she was letting the top down
She wouldn't tell me but I think she was south bound
She waved good-bye and looked back and smiled
And took off after the call of the wild

And she blew out of town with a runaway heart
Like a Santa Ana blowin' down Ocean Boulevard
Everybody said she was a restless woman
Never knew where she was going
She never knew where she was going
Never knew where she was going
But she sure did like to run



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