"When I Get To California" as written by and Bruce Witkin James Dotson....
I think of the sun
I'm packing up my clothes and records
I'm humming a song on such a winter's day
I look at the snow I wonder if
I'll ever miss this town
I get in my car and drive away

When I get to California
I can live my life without a care
When I get to California
I know she will be there

We will never grow up, we will never grow old
Many wonderful nights are waiting
The thought of it so intoxicating
The sun will always shine on, our worries all will be gone
All the love I'm anticipating
When I get there, she'll be waiting
She'll be waiting!

When I get to California
I can live my life without a care
When I get to California
I know she will be there

I pull into town
I start to feel the good vibrations
I'm turning around
From the clouds I see her floating down to earth
Like the gods have given birth (to a dream)
To a dream (to a dream she's my dream

When I get to California
I will see the sunlight in her hair
When I get to California
I know (she will be there)
When I get to California
We can live our lives without a care
When I get to California
I know she will be there, she will be there


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"When I Get to California" as written by James Dotson Bruce Witkin

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