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Foxygen – San Francisco lyrics

Up in San Francisco
Where the forest meets the bridge
I thought I saw you standing there
And then you fell into the well
That was many years ago
I am so much older now
My brother is a soldier now
I can't see him anyhow
Now I melt down in the wind
And you, swimming up tide
Or just tuning in radio stations
I left my love in San Francisco
(That's ok, I was bored anyway)
I left my love in the room
(That's ok, I was born in la)
I left my love in San Francisco
(That's ok, I was bored anyway)
I left my love in a field
(That's ok, I was born in la)
And we're restricting on this field
Jesus came from Israel
Isaac followed the sacred cow
So not to wake a sparrow splashing up
But that was many years from now
And I hope from here on now
I always seem to want to shout
Your eyes are like a cup of tea
So sing into the sun with me
You swimming down a stream
Or tuning into new sensations
I was broken and you're broken
I left my love in San Francisco
(That's ok, I was bored anyway)
I left my love in a room
(That's ok, I was born in la)
I left my love in San Francisco
(That's ok, I was bored anyway)
I left my love in a field
(That's ok, I was born in la)



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