Dave Alvin King of California A poor 19th century guy from east of the Ohio river promises his love that he will return and marry her after he makes his fortune in the California gold rush. That didn't work out too well for him, but it probably woudn't have been a great song if it had. This rootsy acoustic song from beautifully conjures up the era and the spirit of "Go west young man. Out in California she's takin' off her tight red skirt The mountains out the window - they're a woman lyin' on a bed The mountains here are shaped like a woman lying naked on a bed She may be out in California, but I can't get her out of my head Out in California They killed off the Indians, they shot all the grizzly bears Out in California, they shot all the grizzly bears She just stands by the window, combing out her long black hair If a man keeps runnin', he'll run right into himself It a man keeps movin', he'll run into himself Out in California she's lyin down with somebody else Out in California Gonna buy me a Chevy, as soon as my luck turns around Gonna buy me a shotgun, soon as my luck turns around Gonna drive on back to that California town I'm sitting here drinkin' in the last bar on earth Sittin' here drinkin in the last bar on earth
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There is a moment when he blinks and thinks he's died and gone to heaven, because she stays on the bench next to him, asking how he is. Her smile could light up a room and those smoky eyes definitely set his pulse racing. At this point, Jimmy is certain he is in heaven, she rubs his thighs and invites him back to her place. His old bones creak as he gets up and he won't even dare to think of why he is going with her, but they are on the couch kissing already and she is opening his fly.