Hey, I flew in from this old furniture town
A long, long time ago
Hey just nineteen, I was one of the lucky ones
A lad bright enough to leave
That old dirty town where they all put me down

So I brought with me these here 3 guitars
Yeah one for the cuts, two for the scars
Well I'm not the only one to who rolled into town
Just to lay my burden down

Well, she's living high up there with the sun
With the fern and eucalyptus hey way up in the canyon
Cheer up child, drink that strawberry wine another time
We arrived in the state of mind
Where everything's moving gears
Like limb to limb and mouth to mouth and hey yeah

You gotta love to love
You gotta love to love
You gotta love to love
You gotta love to love

La da da da da da da da
La da da da da da da da
It's alright!
La da da da da da da da
La da da da da da da da

Well, I was in Topanga just about long enough
To see what it's got to turn into to expect the dust
I saw Venus just north of Zuma Beach
She was too Hollywood to even recognize me
And they say the boulevard board it sparkles with diamonds
Hey tall and malachite always light up the night
Yeah, I lost you baby way up on Yamashiro Hill
Those pagodas in your eyes light up the city even still

Well, she's living high up there with the sun
With the fern and eucalyptus hey way up in the canyon
Cheer up child, drink that strawberry wine another time
We've arrived in the state of mind
Where everything's moving gears
Like limb to limb and mouth to mouth and hey yeah yeah

You gotta love to love
You gotta love to love
You gotta love to love
You gotta love to love

(guitar/piano interlude)

Hey!
You gotta love to love
You gotta love to love
You gotta love to love
You gotta love to love
You gotta love to love
Hey-eyyy you gotta love to love
Hey you gotta love to love to love to love
Say hey yeah
Hey!


Lyrics submitted by Rickvee

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