"Favorite State of Mind" as written by Marcel Francois Chagnon and Eric Blair Daly....
Sometimes, I crave an old-fashioned adventure
Yes, some time away from day to day to get ya
Needed some kind of break,
Like a hammock in the shade

I've got this spot where it don't get much better
Yeah, it's cold, it gets hot; I don't worry 'bout the weather
My private paradise don't fit the classifieds
Vacation at my side every day and every night

Hawaii's got big breaks, Michigan, Great Lakes,
Colorado snowflakes, Georgia peaches
Louisiana hot food, New York attitude, Florida beaches
Tennessee whiskey, Baby, are you with me?
Texas chili, Virginia pines
It's hard to beat that California sunshine
Baby, you're my favorite,
Favorite state of mind

It feels just like I've died and gone to Heaven
Your lips, your eyes, hell everything gets me revvin'
You'll feel this in your heart; thirty flavors all in one
Crazy, happy, laughin', happy, all that and then some

[Chorus: x2]

My favorite state of mind, yeah
My favorite state of mind

Lyrics submitted by toxik_lemon

"Favorite State of Mind" as written by Marcel Francois Chagnon Blair Daly

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG Rights Management, CARLIN AMERICA INC

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    General CommentThis song is so upbeat and fun! I guess he's saying no matter where he is, this girl is better than all the other attractions. Only wish I knew the feeling...
    ChloeGirldieon October 30, 2007   Link
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    General CommentHow could Josh Gracin sing so fast paced! The song has a clever and admirable combination of rocking tune and upbeat voice, telling his girl that she over-rides nearly every other little thing he likes about all the states. But why is there an edited version where the line "Texas Chili" is replaced with "Skyline chili?"
    hekifieron June 13, 2008   Link

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