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(louris, olson) pedal blue music/warner-tamerlane publishing corp. bmi

Left his day job behind
Every fool dies trying to give his back
Kicked around on the bum
Like a child I scolded
For broken toys

Can you help me to find nevada, california
The last thing I did, was I tried to held her

The stationmaster is gone
Im your lovesick cousin that never wins
First your twist, then you turn
Youre on lifes icy mountain, dear passenger

Can you help me to find nevada, california
Can you help me to find nevada, california
The last thing I did, was I tried to held her

Nevada, california. nevada, california

The stationmaster is gone
Behind the lies, you wonder, there lies a jewel
Could it be somethings wrong
The love that wont talk to you, but seldom wins (seven? ? )

Can you help me to find nevada, california
Can you help me to find nevada, california, nevada california
The last thing I did, was I tried to held her



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