"L.A. To The Moon" as written by and Susan/wilson Longacre....
You were always different
Had a big dream in your heart
This old cowtown couldn't hold you down
Once you caught your star

I stood out on the runway
And watched you taxi past
I would have gone anywhere with you
But you never asked

You went from Beaumont to LA
And L.A. to the Moon
An overnight success
You put a lot of years in tune

You tell me nothing's different
I'm just a call away from you
But it feels more like the distance
from L.A. to the Moon

I would never stop you
I only want to see you fly
But is wrong to want to see you
Flyin' home tonight

You know how proud you make me
I could never hold you down
But what I'd give, to hold you down here
In this Texas town

You went from Beaumont to LA
And L.A. to the Moon
An overnight success
You put a lot of years in tune

Oh, you tell me nothing's different
I'm just a call away from you
But it feels more like the distance
from L.A. to the Moon



Oh, you tell me nothing's different
I'm just a call away from you
But it feels more like the distance
from L.A. to the Moon



Lyrics submitted by sakakionsei

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