Jinks, Cody - 65 Days In L.A. Lyrics




All I did was drink all day in that hell they call L.A
A southern born man wants a gun in his hand
When he sees how they run that place
Never say I'm better than anyone
Cause Lord knows that I'm not
But that California summer wasn't that hot

We went out there searchin' for something
Instead we all got lost
We were headin' out west and the plans were goin' south
Never counted no cost
By the time I hit Arizona I was on my way to see
65 Days in L.A. is enough for me

And I would drink 'till the sun came up
And I was tryin' to find myself
But it's hard to find yourself in a state like that
I was born a runnin' man and anywhere I'm free
But 65 days in L.A. is enough for me

Been a few good folks out there any and everywhere
We were runnin' down the same things, all about insane
Thinkin' we'd find them out there
Steppin' over bums on the sidewalk
To get back to my front door
And by the middle of August, couldn't take any more

So I loaded up what little I had left
And I bought two packs of smokes
I was haulin' back to my girl, all back to my own
I was born a runnin' man and anywhere I'm free
But 65 days in L.A. is enough for me

65 days anywhere is too much for me
Too much for me





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Jinks, Cody 65 Days In L.A. Comments
  1. YRN 330

    I sound just like this man

  2. rainwolf034

    Swear Merele Haggard passed his voice own and they mixed together.. Country sound pure and true.. love that lyric..
    “Southern born man wants a gun in his hand when they see how they run that place”

  3. cdogg21

    As someone who has Arizona roots and has lived in LA for a couple of years, this song hits home

  4. Sara Reaves

    Cody's voice just melts my heart

  5. Dink Sasser

    My girl left me and went to bakerfield California. She stayed exactly 65 days and came back from L.A. airport to Norwood N.C.

  6. DAVID GUERRA

    All I did was drink all day in that hell they call L.A
    A southern born man wants a gun in his hand
    When he sees how they run that place
    Never say I'm better than anyone
    Cause Lord knows that I'm not
    But that California summer wasn't that hot

    We went out there searchin' for something
    Instead we all got lost
    We were headin' out west and the plans were goin' south
    Never counted no cost
    By the time I hit Arizona I was on my way to see
    65 Days in L.A. is enough for me

    And I would drink 'till the sun came up
    And I was tryin' to find myself
    But it's hard to find yourself in a state like that
    I was born a runnin' man and anywhere I'm free
    But 65 days in L.A. is enough for me

    Been a few good folks out there any and everywhere
    We were runnin' down the same things, all about insane
    Thinkin' we'd find them out there
    Steppin' over bums on the sidewalk
    To get back to my front door
    And by the middle of August, couldn't take any more

    So I loaded up what little I had left
    And I bought two packs of smokes
    I was haulin' back to my girl, all back to my own
    I was born a runnin' man and anywhere I'm free
    But 65 days in L.A. is enough for me

    65 days anywhere is too much for me
    Too much for me

  7. Bud Austin

    Dam good!!!

  8. juan vega

    Who in the hell are these seven people that put thumbs down on this song

  9. Toby Brooks

    First lyrics reminded me of a Tool song 🤘🏻

  10. al sk8's

    This song suits me i was born a rambling man :)

  11. Guy Williams

    44 years & counting of hell for this country soul of mine in L.A.!

    bigbellybubbahaha 3

    I am sorry

    rainwolf034

    I lived there in the 90’s for just under 7 years so I know your pain.. was hard to hold onto my southern soul but somehow managed it.. when I came back home it was like my soul freed from something I couldn’t see.

  12. Conley26Times _

    This song just makes me wanna sip on somethin strong