[Trey Songz] That's a vibe (that's a vibe) She wanna vibe, yeah (wanna vibe) That's a vibe (that's a vibe) Yeah, uh (that's a vibe) That's a vibe (that's a vibe) It's a vibe (it's a vibe) That's a vibe, yeah (that's a vibe) Yeah, yeah (that's a vibe) Oh that's a vibe (that's a vibe) Oh it's a vibe (it's a vibe) That's a vibe (that's a vibe, that's a vibe, yeah, yeah) That's a vibe (that's a vibe) She wanna vibe, yeah (wanna vibe) That's a vibe, yeah (that's a vibe) Yeah, yeah ... avail From Shasta to goldfields Tahoe to Death Valley Alt country, indie rock... world Don't tell us how to act, don't tell us what to wear L. This song is from his 2015 album “Forever.” It’s a hit upbeat dance track that heavily samples the piano intro from one of the better Kylie Minogue songs “Get Outta My Way.” It throws a little shade on Hollywood in the beginning, where the stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame are visible, but those in the sky are not (either because of the smog or the broken dreams...) “I saw stars on the pavement California dreams Looked up through the bright lights No stars that I see You said, "It’s all yours if you take it there." I said, "I can’t do it alone, I swear." You said, "It’s all yours, It’s all yours when you smile." It’s only you Who loves me like you do Trying to keep it cool But I can’t keep cool about it Acting like a fool Wanna scream it from the roof I’m trying to keep it cool But I can’t keep cool about it (about it) Before you, love, I was lost Drifting at sea You were the beacon I’d followed home You were the one who rescued me….”Dave Alvin was in the Blasters, an 80s roots rock band who also sings beautiful folksy/country acoustic guitar-based songs like this one.genres seem pretty meaningless these days, but whatever you want to call it, New Yorker Adams does it very well. In this 1998 song, Alvin takes on the persona of a Border Patrol Officer who drives at night in San Diego County.[Ty Dolla $ign:] “Do you wanna ride, ride, ride in my foreign? ) Lift the top back all the way, rolling through the streets of L. and my head is turning, turning, turning round and round...Allie's stomach's churning, churning, like a storm today...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... No rain for four years, and the hills are dry and brown. California's burning, no one knows when this will end.
It’s the lead off track on the soundtrack for x Xx: Return of Xander Cage, released in 2016. [French Montana:] Fo' sho' she wanna ride, fo' sho' she wanna slide Fo' sho' we gettin' sauced, fo' sho' we gettin' high Pull up swaggin', hop out the wagon Suckers gonna hate but the ladies wanna brag What you say? I don't know what "Maybe California" means in the context of the song, but Amos fractures and repeats and stretches those six syllables like a jazz singer until the words themselves almost disappear. "California's burning, burning, burning to the ground...
The lyrics come from the Internet, and we all know how unreliable it can be.
Also, be aware that some of these songs may contain explicit lyrics.
And some just use the name of the state or a city in the state because it's a good rhyme.
Apparently, recording a California song is a requirement for musicians, even if it's only to show that they hate California stereotypes or the Entertainment Industry, which is still dominated by Hollywood, but has become increasingly fragmented and spread out.