He was gone, gone, gone into the blue
Didn't take that long
To disappear from view
Left all his mates huddled in the pub
To the coast that London no longer loved

His palm tree moonlight and new buddies in the bar
Pacific pills and golden rainbow grass
He felt at home at last
Went out in the evening to find a sadder girl
Don't feel bad you know you're not alone
And this is your new home

He was gone, gone, gone into the blue
Didn't take that long
To disappear from view
And he rolled, rolled, rolled to the harmony
With a shirt of pearls and a kinder sea

He wrote me threaded letters of how he had it made
Got some desert sounds and the sound was great
Played with the friends he'd made
Wrote the black words with tears in their eyes
About some girl he'd married
And how she'd died, oh how she'd died

He was gone, gone, gone into the blue
Didn't take that long
To disappear from view
Francisco blows so long, so slow
And his pale beer eyes filled up so low

And I understand
To feel complete and live inside mirage
Oh, I understand
To feel complete to write down the mirage
And sing hello morning goodbyes
To sing hello morning goodbyes
And sing hello morning goodbyes...

He was gone, gone, gone into the blue
Didn't take that long
To disappear from view
And he rolled, rolled, rolled to the harmony
With a shirt of pearls and a kinder sea


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