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She said Sing me a lullaby so sweet,
That the lights would stay away from me
Because my eyes see things they shouldn’t see
Help me
So I started to tremble out a verse
But my words weren’t lining up with her
But then the way that she hurt was even worse
Than without me

So I got high
And I lost faith in a melody
Written for a girl when I had nothing left to hide,
And then I cried
Cause I’m missing you and missing Florida
It’s a long way back from California.

And as the sun fell dark behind the sea,
I felt her eyes steal another look at me,
She said “I’m looking for things I’ll never see.”
Release me
And how’d this summer air just get so cold?
And how’d this quiet girl just get so bold?
And how can she be something I can’t hold?
Tell me

So I got high
And I lost faith in a melody
Written for a girl when I had nothing left to hide,
And then I cried
Cause I’m missing you and missing Florida
It’s a long way back from California.

California

Cuz I’m missing you, and missing Florida,
It’s a long way back from California
A long way back from California



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