well San Fernando you’ve been mighty fine to me
my first love lived right off Hazeltine
smoked my first cigarette under the 101
it’s time to leave although it’s been fun

Van Nuys boulevard will just be a memory
my heart belongs to the Valley
all the kids that i grew up with turned on my family
my heart belongs to the Valley

i was getting high in my car on Victory
police caught me off guard and then they
looked the other way
i took the yellow bus to school in west L.A.
and all them city kids used to look at me funny

well i wished that i was taller growing up in public school
dyed my hair every color to add to the ridicule
and i moved to Hollywood when i turned 18
and when i packed my bags here’s the words that I would sing



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