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(Brett Warren/Brad Warren/Benmont Tench)

I’m sittin’ in car in southern California
Just like I do every day
Thinkin’ ’bout my life
And waiting for the light to change
Told her I was leavin’
She said I don’t believe you
That’s what you always say
Now I’m gonna prove her wrong
I’m just waiting for the light to change

Just outside my window
The world keeps rolling by
It makes me think of what’s ahead
And what I’d leave behind

I was all but gone when I heard
Her favorite song
Comin’ down those radio waves
Now it’s getting harder
Waiting for the light to change

Just outside my window
The world keeps rolling by
It makes me think of what’s ahead
And what I’d leave behind

I’m sittin’ in car in southern California
Just like I do every day
Thinkin’ ’bout my life
Whether I should go or stay
Guess I’ll turn this car around
I’m just waiting for the light to change



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