"Kaliforn-Eye-A" as written by and Paul J. Sandoval Mark Traa Daniels....
I go where I wanna go
I keep the thang on the down-low
I'm from the south side of Diego till the day that I die;
Better put it on my tombstone
I keep my head to the sky
I'm still living for the sunshine
I got love for the streets and the rest of my homies still doing their time
I mon a burn ina fire ago blaze
Cali livin' for the rest of my days
To over-stand I will stay in jah ways to keep from going insane

[Chorus]
It's all good
It's alright
You wanna ride it ain't no thang that's just how we play
It's all day and all night
We're coming up in the streets of kaliforn-eye-a

You know I've heard it all before
And I don't care about who you know
You see I've been around the world,
Had a lot of good times but ain't nothing like the west coast
I'm staying on my grind
I'm low-riding on the west-side
I'm laid back in the cut
Everybody know whats up so I'm feeling alright
I mon a burn ina fire ago blaze
Cali livin' for the rest of my days
To over-stand I will stay in jah ways to keep from going insane

All day
All night
Alright

[Chorus: x2]

[Vamp (Mike Muir)]
You have any idea what this is
West coast legendary
Organized family business
Here we go baby!

Ive been think of taking
Another bundle of silence
To figure out
Just who I am
It ain't no body's fault
Its where your from
They must have knew conscious
No you should read the charts
Of my environment
Why don't the surgeons just come and remove my soul
Penalty and suicide that how we roll
Thats how we roll
Always figuring out somethin' to say
Its in hour blood kaliforn-eye-a

[Chorus: x2]

All day
All night
Alright
All day
All night


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"Kaliforn-Eye-A" as written by Mark Traa Daniels Marcos Curiel

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