"California Sun" as written by Henry Glover and Morris Levy....
Well I'm going out west where I belong
Where the days are short and the nights are long

Where I'll walk
And they walk
I'll twist
And they twist
And I'll shimmy
And they shimmy
And I'll fly
And they fly
Where they're out there having fun
In the warm California sun

Well, I'm going out west
Out on the coast
Where the California girls
Are really the most

And I'll walk
And they walk
I'll twist
And they twist
And I'll shimmy
And they shimmy
And I'll fly
And they fly
Where they're out there having fun
In the warm California sun

Well, the girls are frisky
In old 'Frisco
A pretty little chick
Wherever you go

And I'll walk
And they walk
I'll twist
And they twist
And I'll shimmy
And they shimmy
And I'll fly
And they fly
Where they're out there having fun
In the warm California sun
Where they're out there having fun
In the warm California sun


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"California Sun" as written by Morris Levy Henry Glover

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    General CommentThe lyrics are really obvious. I think the Rivieras' version is the strongest, although Los Straightjackets did a solid cover of it.
    JohnnyLurgon November 27, 2010   Link
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    General CommentAlso, this is perhaps the only non-Doors/Jim Morrison song to appear in Oliver Stone's movie The Doors.
    JohnnyLurgon November 27, 2010   Link

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