"Speed Home California" as written by and Charles Stanton/karges Frazier....
Hay no lugar como en la casa
Hay no lugar como en la casa
Can't take this anymore got my head down on the floor
My brain is burning inside of my head
Can't speak a word and my face is blue
And I wanna get back to the arms of you

Wanna get back I gotta get back to my
Speed home California
Speed home California
Speed home California
Speed home California

Got my 1894 with all my friends who pass at my back door
Can see the light of another night in here
And you want it fast and you want it now
And if you ask they'll tell you how

Wanna get back I gotta get back to my
Speed home California
Speed home California
Speed home California
Speed home California
Speed home California
Speed home California
Speed home California
Speed home California

See you hear me not at all set you up to watch you fall
Least I feel the starting of the end
Gotta pick it up are you gonna be late
12 more hours to the sunshine state

Wanna get back, I gotta get back to my speed home California
Wanna get back, I gotta get back to my speed home California
Wanna get back, I gotta get back to my speed home California
Wanna get back, I gotta get back to my speed home California
Wanna get back, I gotta get back to my speed home California
Wanna get back, I gotta get back to my speed home California
Wanna get back, I gotta get back to my speed home California
Wanna get back, I gotta get back to my speed home California


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"Speed Home California" as written by Craig Bullock Charles Stanton Frazier

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    General CommentI know this songs meaning. The band was on a long tour, and just ready to get home. And this song was the outcome of the bus ride home.
    jennisfifion December 30, 2007   Link

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