California (There Is No End To Love)
by U2

Album: Songs of Innocence (2014)
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    California
    Then we fell into the shiny sea
    The weight that drags your heart down
    Well, that's what took me
    Where I need to be
    Which is here, out on Zuma
    Watching you cry like a baby
    California, at the dawn
    You thought would never come
    But it did like it always does

    All I know
    And all I need to know
    Is there is no
    Yeah there is no end to love

    I didn't call you
    Words can scare a thought away
    Everyone's a star in our town
    It's just your light gets dimmer
    If you have to stay
    In your bedroom, in a mirror
    Watching yourself cry like a baby
    California, blood orange sunset
    Brings you to your knees
    I've seen for myself
    There's no end to grief
    That's how I know

    That's how I know
    And why I need to know
    That there is no
    Yeah, there is no end to love
    All I know and all I need to know
    Is there is no
    Yeah, there is no end to love

    Barbara, Barbara
    There is no end to love

    Oh oh-oh all I know and all I need to know
    Is there is no
    Yeah, there is no end to love, whoa oh oh oh
    We come and go
    But stolen days you don't give back
    Stolen days are just enough Writer/s: ADAM CLAYTON, DAVE EVANS, LARRY MULLEN, PAUL DAVID HEWSON
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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