RandBpro

RandBpro

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Country - Rockabilly | Boca Raton, Florida, United States
Total Song Plays: 333   
Member Since: 2018
   Last Login: over 30 days ago
   Sounds Like: The Eagles, Flordia Georgia Line

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Story Behind the Song

A young man and young woman independently strike out in the world to find their place in it and wind up in a great little town in Mexico.

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Lyrics

Getting Out of Here

I was young and proud
When I left my home
To find my way in the World.

I was sure I'd find
A welcoming sign
And a happy young girl.

But all I found was this run down old town,
And a job sellin' beer,
But I still have dreams
And I've got the means
And I'm gettin' out of here.

I'm gonna head out West
To California
And find myself some sun,
And I won't stop 'till I find a place
That feels a lot like home.

But all I found was this run down old town,
And a job sellin' beer,
But I still have dreams
And I've got the means
And I'm gettin' out of here.


All I found was this run down old town,
And a job sellin' beer,
But I still have dreams
And I've got the means
And I'm gettin' out of here.

Instrumental Break

We found ourselves down in Mexico
Just me and my girl
We bought our own little place
We found our way in the world.
Now we found this great little town
And a job selling beer
We've still got our dreams and
We've got the means
And we're lovin life out here
We're livin life out here
We're lovin life out here.

Song Length
3:18
Genre
World - Reggae/Carribean
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Mixed Vocals
Moods
Content, Glad

Subject Matter
Happiness, Fun

Similar Artist
Jimmy Buffett
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Reedy, Bailey and Phillips
Music Credits Reedy and Bailey
Producer Credits Reedy and Bailey
Publisher Credits Reedy and Bailey
Performance Credits Bailey and Phillips