Went to camp this year there was this girl oh I could stop there
She was beautiful oh I should stop there
And when our days sailing the bays of Massachusetts were through I swore that I'd stay true
And when my baby asks why I haven't called I know I still do

So where you been girls

One day in class two big kids asked if I had a lady
In reply I told them tales of the sea you and me yeah racing for the cup
And when the last one tells me I always made her cry
Gets me to thinking to way back then when I made you up

Girls it ain’t right

Jessie you're to blame for all this all of this
For all my true loves keep joining you in Boston baby
What you're doing ain't fair
We never have a chance
Soon as there's romance in the air
You spirit them away
Leaving me with a shell
And she with a receding tide
Dreaming all day of shores far far away
And leaving this one out to dry

Jessie you're to blame for all this all of this
For all my real loves keep running north to Boston
Must be filling up the streets there
How can it be you never seem to come across one another
In some square or on the T or I don't know it's your city
And somehow you've managed to build it filled with so much more fun than being here with me
Well Jessie the damage is done

Don’t follow me girls




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It's Your City song meanings
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