"Goodbye From California" as written by and Lindsey Bachelder....
I dipped my toes in the ocean today
I felt the sun shining down on my face
There isn't even one single cloud in the sky
The only sign of doubt is the one that's behind me
So tell me, How are you?

What did you think
That I would do
When I told you I was leaving?
You didn't blink
You just assumed
That you're the one I needed
And I tried
And I tried
And I tried some more
But then I thought,
What is all this trying for?
Don't say I didn't warn ya
Goodbye from California

I'm in my flip-flops on Hollywood and Vine
I heard it snowed another foot there last night
And even though the life I had back home is ending,
I really got a feeling that's its all beginning now
So tell me, How are you?

What did you think
That I would do
When I told you I was leaving?
You didn't blink
You just assumed
That you're the one I needed
And I tried
And I tried
And I tried some more
But then I thought,
What is all this trying for?
Don't say I didn't warn ya
Goodbye from California

Now that I've had a taste
Got no more time to waste
With my head up in the clouds
Is that a lump in your throat,
As you're reading what I wrote?
Its over now

What did you think
That I would do
When I told you I was leaving?
You didn't blink
You just assumed
That you're the one I needed
And I tried
And I tried
And I tried some more
But then I thought,
What is all this trying for?
Don't say I didn't warn ya
Goodbye from California

What did you think
That I would do
When I told you I was leaving?
You didn't blink
You just assumed
That you're the one I needed
And I tried
And I tried
And I tried some more
But then I thought,
What is all this trying for?
Don't say I didn't warn ya
Goodbye from California


Lyrics submitted by mialove1989

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