"Santa Cruz (You're Not That Far)" as written by Ben Carrigan, Conor Deasy, Kevin Horan, Padraic Garrett Mcmahon and Daniel Patrick Ryan....
Well tell me
Where it all went wrong
And tell me
Where you lost those damn songs
I can't say I was surprised
I heard a drink was involved

Oh you gotta be, oh you gotta be
Still living by the sea
Oh you gotta be, oh you gotta be

'Cause Santa Cruz
You're not that far
Oh Santa Cruz,
No, you're not that far

But now and then here once in a while
Those August cowboys stole your style
don't you know he feels blind
Well your train's just rolled in on time

Oh you gotta be, oh you gotta be
Still living by the sea
Oh you gotta be, oh you gotta be

'Cause Santa Cruz,
You're not that far
Oh Santa Cruz,
No, you're not that far


Lyrics submitted by J.Diddy

"Santa Cruz (You're Not That Far)" as written by Conor Deasy Ben Carrigan

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    General CommentI submitted this as The Thrills, but then SongMeanings.net changed it to The Thrills (Boston Rock 80s) and added The Thrills (Ireland 00s)....but placed this song under the 80s group. This song should be moved to the current irish Thrills.
    J.Diddyon April 18, 2004   Link
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    General Commenti'm from santa cruz myself, so this song has a certain meaning to me just because of that.
    i'm not entirely sure what it's really about though, but i would really enjoy any theories others have about this song and/or what it means to them
    kailakat2490on September 05, 2005   Link
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    General Commentthe second verse here is completely wrong:
    "Now and then hey once in a while
    those August cowboys stole your style
    don't you know youth is blind
    your train's just rolled in on time"
    walrusgumboots1on December 10, 2006   Link

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