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ADIOS AND RUN (Lacy J. Dalton) Lacy J. Dalton - 1985 High noon on the desert The eye of God was like a burnin' sun Their lips were chapped and broken Could not wet them with their swollen tongues Sanchez still had one spur left That jingled everytime he took a stride Two Dogs cursed his broken head Blue bandana drippin' red And wondered for the hundredth time How hard it was to die Ragged Comancheros, troubles favourite sons Harder than the cold blue steel it took to make their guns Steal it from the white eyes, sell it to the Mexicans Then adios amigos, adios an' run Sundown near the border In a dry gulch where the Fat Horse Creek once flowed They dreamed of a cantina And the beer they drank there not so long ago Sanchez lit a cigarette Tried to hide the truth behind his eyes Two Dogs took a drag instead Blue bandana soakin' red And wondered for the thousandth time How long it took to die Ragged Comancheros, troubles favourite sons Harder than the cold blue steel it took to make their guns Steal it from the white eyes, sell it to the Mexicans Then adios amigos, adios an' run Adios amigos, adios an' run (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - March 2013)

    


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