Show me your Love
Californian Light

Yeah I'm not feeling too well
I should take my time like my mother taught me so well
But I'm grieving, 'cos I'm leaving a feeling so deep alone
And I'm sleeping as I walk the streets of where I call home

There's many times where I've been
Close, but no cigars there
I never loved to love, as much as you loved to cry
So why does it feel it's all I'm doing all the time

Yeah it might be the way that I see it all
I tried to be the one, but it's easy now to see you around
The vision was always wrong
Like the light that made us run
In California
I can't afford to, make you mine
But baby I still make you cry

Show me your Love
Californian Light

Yeah I hear you're doing pretty well
So I try and put you on the shelf
But I didn't get high to feel this strange
But I knew it had gone

Another cliché is how I've been
I'm glad that no one really cares
I never learnt to love as well as I could tell a lie
So now I'm wondering what I'm telling myself now

Yeah it might be the way that I see it all
I tried to be the one, but it's easy now I can see you now
The vision was always wrong
Like the light that made us run
In California
I can't afford to, make you mine
I can't, I can't
Baby I can't see you cry


Lyrics submitted by DannyJC13

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