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America Forever Lyrics Gretta Ray ft. Maisie Peters & Carol Ades

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America Forever Gretta Ray

America Forever Lyrics Gretta Ray ft. Maisie Peters & Carol Ades

[Verse 1]
I don't wanna go home
No, you can't make me
I've just settled in
And the weather's been so nice lately
I think getting on that plane, it might break me
I'll stay, a runaway
Pray that you don't chase me

[Pre-Chorus]
Could find me hiding in a Trader Joe's
Could find me driving down on Melrose
There ain't no telling where I'm gonna go
But I know

[Chorus]
If I'm leaving, then I'm making a decision about
Everything I'm never ready to figure out
Easier when living with my head in the clouds
So whatever
I'm staying in Amеrica
Where I am limitless and living it up
You can call mе crazy, go on calling my bluff
Easier when here is where I feel like enough
So forever
I'm staying in America

(Staying in America)

[Verse 2]
Taking footage of Pasadena in sunlight
Bound to watch it over to recall what it felt like
When it was all possible
Rose-coloured glasses clear the roads
That lead to a version of me that I can't leave behind

[Pre-Chorus]
Swear here I'm headed on the right track
I'll throw a tantrum on the tarmac
Kicking and screaming for the whole flight
'Cause I know

[Chorus]
If I'm leaving, then I'm making a decision about
Everything I'm never ready to figure out
Easier when living with my head in the clouds
So whatever
I'm staying in America
Where I am limitless and living it up
You can call me crazy, go on calling my bluff
Easier when here is where I feel like enough
So forever
I'm staying in America

[Post-Chorus]
Hmm, hmm
Staying in America
Hmm, hmm

[Bridge]
Bury me in Santa Monica
You know Laurel Canyon has my heart
Nothing better than a brand new start
Or just a little longer being kept apart

[Chorus]
'Cause in leaving, I'll be making a decision about
Everything I'm never ready to figure out
Easier when living with my head in the clouds
So whatever
I'm staying in America
Where I am limitless and living it up
You can call me crazy, go on calling my bluff
Easier when here is where I feel like enough
So forever
I'm staying in America

[Outro]
Ooo-oh, ooo-oh
Staying in America
Ooo-oh, ooo-oh
Staying in America
Ooo-oh, ooo-oh
Staying in America
Ooo-oh, ooo-oh

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Song Credit:–

Song:– America Forever
Singer:– Gretta Ray
Featuring:- Maisie Peters & Carol Ades
Album:– Positive Spin (2023)
Producer:– Japanese Wallpaper
Written:– Carol Ades & Gretta Ray
Lead Vocals:– Gretta Ray
Released:– July 4, 2023

About Gretta Ray:–

Gretta Ray is an Australian singer-songwriter known for her folk-pop sound and introspective songwriting. She first gained attention as the winner of the Triple J Unearthed High competition in 2016, which highlighted her talent and potential as a young artist.

Her music often blends folk, pop, and indie elements, and her lyrics tend to explore personal experiences, relationships, and emotions. Gretta Ray's smooth vocals and poetic songwriting have garnered her a growing fanbase both in Australia and internationally.

Some of her popular songs include "Drive," "Unwind," and "Time." In addition to her solo work, Gretta Ray has collaborated with other artists and musicians, showcasing her versatility and willingness to explore different musical avenues.

About Maisie Peters:–

Maisie Peters is a British singer-songwriter known for her heartfelt and introspective songwriting style. She gained prominence through her music posted on platforms like YouTube and SoundCloud, which led to a growing fanbase and industry recognition.

Peters' music is often characterized by its emotional depth and relatable themes, particularly in relation to love, relationships, and personal experiences. Her acoustic-driven pop sound and clever lyrics have resonated with audiences, especially younger listeners.

Some of her popular songs include "Stay Young," "Worst of You," and "Feeling of Falling." Her debut EP "Dressed Too Nice for a Jacket" was released in 2018, followed by additional EPs and singles. Her song "Falling For Boys" gained attention for its candid and relatable take on young romance.