Aah hey hey ohaoh woah

Walk from the subway, down to the train, you brought your umbrella, so just in case it rains. Goodbye Chicago, I'll see you soon, I'm gone from November I won't be back til' June. You kept your secrets girl and I told you lies. No hiding places left for me to hide. We rode our bikes to old McKinley Park. Car to the party and shows in the bar.

Aaah

Said you moved to town about a week ago, drove for fourteen hours from the North. Studied English literature but with a foreign politics, so for now you were going back and forth.

Made out of Oakwood and worn out rail, the song was singing about a rusty nail. Built in the winter of 1843. Pictures of men in denim shirts and worn out jeans.

I just want to take a taxi out of the city before you fall asleep, far from the piles and piles of garbage that you piled up in the street. Ignore the bums in cardboard boxes asking for money. I've got to go, I've got to go.

Aaah

Said you moved to town about a week ago, drove for fourteen hours from the North. Studied English literature but with a foreign politics, so for now you were going back and forth.

Story of an East Coast girl, warm in her winter coat waiting for the sun to finally, go down. Oh and she's wondering what happened to the California sunshine she used to, know, she used to know.

Hey Hey Oahohahoh Hey Hey




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East Coast Girl song meanings
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