"Goodbye California" as written by Lesley Teresa Roy, Joshua Crosby, Cathy Lee Gravitt and Jenna Kramer....
Ten days of L.A. palm trees
I loved that sunshine on me
Can’t beat that perfect blue sky, no
But goodbye Hollywood, hey
I’m leaving on a jet plane
To see my baby tonight, oh
Red, red roses in his hands
So glad to be back home
Home sweet home

I like boots, you, your drunk tattoo
Drivin’ in the country when the daffodils bloom
I like your Mustang, your sexy hot twang
Country fried chicken is a beautiful thing
Oh all I wanna do is hug and hold ya
Hello to love and so goodbye California
California

I love the southern moonlight
I love the lemon moon pies
I love the sweet cherry wine, oh
I like the tiny town we’re in
Love when the preacher says Amen
Love me a gentle southern man
West coast love ya
Oh but I’m so glad to be back home
Home sweet home

I like boots, you, your drunk tattoo
Drivin’ in the country when the daffodils bloom
I like your Mustang, your sexy hot twang
Country fried chicken is a beautiful thing
Oh all I wanna do is hug and hold ya
Hello to love and so goodbye California
California
California

Girls in bikinis on beaches
But we have sweet Georgia peaches
I love the way the country feels
And I hate four-inch heels

I like boots, you, your drunk tattoo
Drivin’ in the country when the daffodils bloom
I like your Mustang, your sexy hot twang
Country fried chicken is a beautiful thing
Oh all I wanna do is hug and hold ya
Hello to love and so goodbye

I like boots, you, your drunk tattoo
Drivin’ in the country when the daffodils bloom
I like your Mustang, your sexy hot twang
Country fried chicken is a beautiful thing
Oh all I wanna do is hug and hold ya
Hello to love and so goodbye to California
California
California


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"Goodbye California" as written by Lesley Teresa Roy Joshua Mark Crosby

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., THE BICYCLE MUSIC COMPANY

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