California Nights

Album: California Nights (2015)
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  • I stay high all the time
    Just to get by
    I climb into the sky
    And my eyes, they cry

    California nights
    Make me feel so happy I could die
    But I try to stay alive

    I never wanna get so high
    That I can't come back down to real life
    And look you in the eyes and say
    Baby, you're mine

    Fading back and forth
    I fly through my mind
    I take the way I've known
    But have I really grown?

    California nights
    Make me feel so happy I could die
    But I try to stay alive

    I never wanna get so high
    That I can't come back down to real life
    And look you in the eyes and say
    Baby, you're mine

    I never wanna get so high
    That I can't come back down to real life
    And look you in the eyes and say
    Baby you, oh baby, you're mine Writer/s: BETHANY COSENTINO
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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