Cayucas – East Coast Girl Lyrics

[Intro]
Aahhh…
Hey! Hey!
O o-oh o-oh
Hey! Hey!
O o-oh o-oh-oh
Hey! Hey!
O o-oh o-oh
Hey! Hey!
O o-oh o-oh
Oh oh oh oh oh [3x]
Ohhhh…

[Verse 1]
Walked from the subway down to the train
Brought your umbrellas so just in case it rains
Goodbye Chicago, I'll see you soon
Gone from November, I won't be back 'til June

You kept your secrets girl and I told you lies
No hiding places left for me to hide
We rode our bikes down to North McKinley Park
Carved our initials in the bark

[Chorus]
Aahhh…
Said you moved to town about a week ago
Drove up fourteen hours from the north
Studied English literature but prefer f-f-foreign politics
So for now, you were going back and forth
[Verse 2]

Made out of oak wood, and worn-out rail
The sign was hanging up by a rusted nail
Built in the winter of 1843
Pictures of men in denim shirts and worn-out jeans

But I just want to take a taxi out of the city before you fall asleep
Far from the piles and piles of garbage piled up in the street
Ignore the bums in cardboard boxes asking for money
I've got to go, I've got to go

[Chorus]

[Verse 3]
The story of an East Coast girl
Warm in her winter clothes waiting for the sun to finally go down
Oh she's wondering what happened to that California sunshine she used to know
She used to know

[Outro]
Hey! Hey!
O o-oh o-oh
Hey! Hey!
O o-oh o-oh-oh
Hey! Hey!
O o-oh o-oh
Hey! Hey!
O o-oh o-oh

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