Chong: That's right, I said Where were ya born? Did she leave her hometown thinkin' she'd end up in L. What do you do? While he enjoyed "classic" love songs by Cole Porter and The Beatleshe found most love songs that were on the radio during the s formulaic and boring.
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I like using Google Translate to translate lyrics, because it can make the lyrics sound like gibberish and I never know if that's because the original lyrics were gibberish. I hope you're enjoyin' the scenery, I know that it's pretty up there.
City of Industry. Cake is an alternative rock band from Sacramento formed in Don't you miss the weather? Fantastic Voyage. Not because it's a bad song, but because after they censor it, there won't be much left to hear.
Kim's Caravan. From my room, I see old town. Francis dam disaster, man Thought she was all right Until around midnight Because that water seeks her own She had a desire to flow She was looking for somewhere to go She was a slave to the great metropolis She was feeling choked She pushed the wall till it broke When they heard the great apocalypse At powerhouse number 2 Well, there was nothing they could do Because that water seeks her own Five and one half hours she would flow She had 53 miles to go A cascade down to Santa Clara way Near 60 feet high Now she's a mile wide It was clear she was going far away And whole towns were, too A few got lucky in Piru Because that water seeks her own But four more hours she would flow She had 29 miles more to go She carried in her every kind of thing House, tree, and telegraph pole Some say a thousand souls At 3 A.
General Comment this song is purdy. Black town, shack town, and hick town, from my room. The Alt Country queen from the Northwest dreams of snow now that she's living in L.
I was surprised but happy to see this song on several "best songs of " lists, even though they all felt they had to censor the title. It's been 9 years since her smash hit "California Gurls" but she's still working that moniker here.
This song from is about that very tall scenic cement bridge over a cnayon next to the ocean on highway one near Big Sur that you've seen frequently in movies, TV shows, and commercials.