"Paddle Out (Sublime cover)" as written by Bradley James Nowell, Eric John Wilson and Floyd I. Gaugh Iv....
I never thought that when I grew up I would be in a band
And travel to all the best spots in the land
And I'm not here to brag or boast
I'm just here to tell you 'bout the spots that I love the most

Natural bridges on a clean west swell
Breaks over the reef like a bat out of hell
Stockton Avenue gets hollow and mean
And on a big day it works like a machine
Outside Stockton gets hot like a glove
Swift St., John's St. into Michell's Cove
Big Steamer Lane makes you wish you were a trout
When it's mackin' so hard only two dudes paddle out

A huge summertime south swell hit when I'm in my hometown
I'm a surfside boy, is where I can be found
Up and down the coast
Checkin' the spots that I love the most


Lyrics submitted by JohnnyLurg

"Paddle Out" as written by Eric John Wilson Bradley James Nowell

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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