Los Angeles

Album: California (2016)
  • Day in day out
    Up at 3 AM with the searchlights shining down
    Day in day out
    It's the blinding light underneath the dirt downtown
    Whoa
    Listen to the sound as they bomb the Sixth Street Bridge
    Whoa
    Listen to the sound of the voices south of Fifth

    In Los Angeles, when will you save me
    Los Angeles when will you save me
    Los Angeles, when will you save me
    Los Angeles, I'm never coming home
    (I'm never coming, I'm never coming)

    Come down
    I've been awake for days
    Knocked out
    By the sound of falling rain
    Come down yeah we'll watch the sun just burn away the sky
    Watch the city lights die out up on Mulholland Drive

    Los Angeles, when will you save me
    Los Angeles, when will you save me
    Los Angeles, when will you save me
    Los Angeles, I'm never coming home

    Wake me when this war is over
    Meet me where the skyline ends
    Wake me when this war is over
    Meet me where the skyline ends
    Wake me when this war is over
    Meet me where the skyline ends

    Los Angeles when will you save me
    Los Angeles when will you save me
    Los Angeles when will you save me
    Los Angeles I'm never coming home
    I'm never coming home
    I'm never coming home
    I'm never coming home
    I'm never coming home Writer/s: Mark Hoppus, Travis Barker, Matthew Skiba, John Feldmann
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., RED BULL MEDIA HOUSE NA, INC.
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