"California Brown And Blue" as written by and Denison Stuart Witmer....
She's the kind of girl that tends to brown
Freckles on her elbows and her knees
And I'm the boy that passes through these towns
I leave before we find out what it means

I'll send a letter addressed to you
It says you're my California brown and blue
Another chorus line gives into waves
It fades away

So I push through another hotel door
And I pull back the bed sheets till they break
And I sleep so hard I don't even dream
Weightless in the arms of Golden Gate

The only music I want to hear
Is the sound of the last light left disappears
Another songbird gives up it's wings it fades away

Dada dada dada
Dada dada dada

I'll send a letter addressed to you
It says you're my California brown and blue
Another chorus line gives in to waves
It says your my California Golden Gate

The only music I want to hear is the sound of the last light that disappears
Another songbird gives up it's wings
It fades away
Another songbird gives up it's wings
It fades away


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"California Brown and Blue" as written by Denison Stuart Witmer

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    General Comment*is the sound the last light THAT disappears" just so you know
    hab204on September 11, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI think it's

    "She's the kind of girl that TANS to brown."

    and I'm pretty sure it's

    "Another COAST line gives into waves"
    kold93on June 29, 2007   Link
  • -1
    My OpinionWhy are the articulation-illiterate chosen to write these non-editable lyrics? Make them editable!
    authunon December 19, 2011   Link

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