Toad the Wet Sprocket - "California Wasted" (Official Video)

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“CALIFORNIA WASTED”
from the album New Constellation
Buy New Constellation here: http://bit.ly/GWEgjr

From the album: NEW CONSTELLATION Produced, Engineered & Mixed by: MIKAL BLUE
Recorded at: REVOLVER STUDIOS, THOUSAND OAKS, CA
Toad the Wet Sprocket is: DEAN DINNING, RANDY GUSS, TODD NICHOLS, and GLEN PHILLIPS

Directed, Shot, & VFX by: MATTHEW WARD
Edited by: RYAN CHAN

Produced by: RYAN CHAN & MATTHEW WARD
Production Manager: ANGELA LUCERO
Production Assistant: AARON ACOSTA
Catering by: BEACHBREAK CAFÉ
Shot on Location throughout SANTA BARBARA, CALIFORNIA

Thanks to: JOE LYONS, ANNIE BALLIRO, ROBERT RUDD, THE GUITAR BAR

LYRICS
No time, where did the time go?
What was I thinking?
No compass, no maps
No sail on the mast
And this boat is sinking
We're going down

There's too much in my head right now
I've got no way to slow it down
And no one's gonna pull me out
But I still make the same mistakes
California's wasted on me

I'll stare at the sun
Let the fire fill my eyes
See nothing but light
An endless day
To banish the night
I could set this right

But there's too much in my head right now
I've got no way to slow it down
And no one's gonna pull me out
But I still make the same mistakes
California's wasted on me

On the line where the ocean meets the sky
I've been hoping I could see a sign,
Hoping I could see a sign

There's too much in my head right now
I've got no way to slow it down
And no one's gonna pull me out
And I still make the same mistakes
California's wasted on me
I still make the same mistakes
I'm wasted out in California

I'm too much in my head right now
California's wasted on me

From the album "New Constellation," released 15 October 2013
Music and Lyrics by Todd Nichols, Dean Dinning, and Glen Phillips
Published by Todd From Toad Songs (ASCAP), Dean On Music (ASCAP), Dark and Stormy Songs (ASCAP)