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california

by Rebecca Loebe

Fell asleep in Hartsfield
Woke up in LAX
Bloody mary balanced on my knee
Stared on my reflection
Caught between two panes of glass
Right there on the plane
California Alcohol you I can't stay

Alchohol and nicotine
Caffeine and Hollywood
Funny how they wear us down in time
In the roughest of your waters
The smallest of my stones
Grow smooth in every way
California I warned you I can't stay
California I warned you I can't stay

How many stars
Align beneath your sun
All of them ours
But one

California how could I be more clear?
I was born for rocky soil
A coast away from here
California you're with me every day
But I warned you I warned you I can't stay
California I warned you I can't stay

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MANAGEMENTRalph Jaccodine. rjaccodine@gmail.com (617.393.9800)

US CLUB & FESTIVAL BOOKING: Mary Granata. mary@granataagency.com (973.208.7291)

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EMAIL REBECCA: rebecca@rebeccaloebe.com