California Bound

Album: Coming to Terms (2008)
  • You're miles away
    You just can't relate
    Are you what surrounds you?

    You feel alive at least you think that life
    Is something in you
    What do we know?

    There's a southern bound train tomorrow
    Takes us out of this dirty town
    Chase the sun back to the West Coast
    In eight hours, we're California bound
    We're California bound

    You got butterflies
    Well so do I
    Just pretend that they're not there

    We can only rely
    On ourselves like every time
    It's just a new plan
    What do we know?

    There's a southern bounce train tomorrow
    Takes us out of this dirty town
    Chase the sun back to the West Coast
    In eight hours, we're California bound

    Forget everything tomorrow
    We'll be on a brand new road
    Chasing the sun back to the West Coast
    In either hours we're California bounce
    We're California bound
    We're California bound
    We're California bound Writer/s: Chad Wolfinbarger, Tobias Erik Karlsson
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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