"The Sound Of San Francisco" as written by John Edmund Andrew Phillips, Florian Schreyvogl and Konrad Schreyvogl....
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If you're going to San Francisco
You should to wear some flowers in your hair
If you're goin' to San Francisco
You're gonna meet some gentle people there
In the street
If you go
In the street
If you go
In the street
If you go
In the street
If you go to San Francisco

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L.A
Chicago
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Bagdad
New York
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Memphis
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Boston
Berlin
San Francisco

If you're going to San Francisco
You should to wear some flowers in your hair
If you're goin' to San Francisco
You're gonna meet some gentle people
(some gentle people, some gentle people, some gentle people)
In the street
If you go
In the street
If you go
In the street
If you go
In the street
If you go to San Francisco

San Francisco


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"The Sound of San Francisco [Progressive Ext. Mix]" as written by John E.a. Phillips Florian Schreyvogl

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    General CommentI grew up spending weeks of every summer in San Francisco. My family would rent a house in Pacific Heights. My sister and I grew up hanging in the city, but also at Stinson Beach and in Mill Valley. I saw Bob Weir play in teeny venues (heaven). I LOVE the Haight. My mom adored putting flowers in my hair when I was a kid. I grew up with San Fran in my soul. It is still a huge part of me.

    Just like my gay friends. They are all important to me. One in particular! He gave me this song.

    Thank you babe.

    jerrysareeeon January 20, 2010   Link

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