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Another hum drum grey day
I wonder if this rain passed Toledo
And if so I hope it left a sunny day through your window
I can't make shape or form of this new emotion

I need a drive up San Fransisco Bay
I'd write this song on the way
I'm not sure I belong here anyway
She thinks that I've already gone away
Gone away

Another hum drum grey day
Maybe I'll head out for a movie
The day is always so bright aafter a matinйe
Wouldn't you say
I can't make shape or form of this new emotion

I need a drive up San Fransisco Bay
I'd write this song on the way
I'm not sure I belong here anyway
She thinks that I've already gone away
Gone away

Yeah
I figure one day soon I'll snap out of this
Yeah
One day soon I'll pull my head down out of outer-space

Yeah
I figure one day I'll snap out of this
Yeah
One day soon I'll take that drive out

And I need a drive up San Fransisco Bay
I'd write this song on the way
I'm not sure I belong here anyway
She thinks that I've already gone

On a drive up San Fransisco Bay
Where I'd write this song on the way
And I'm not sure I belong here anyway
She thinks that I've already gone away



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