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TEXAS RADIO (Jim Morrison) The Doors I'll tell you this... No eternal reward will forgive us now for wasting the dawn. Back in those days everything was simpler and more confused. One summer night, going to the pier, I ran into two young girls. The blonde one was called Freedom, The dark one, Enterprise. We talked and they told me this story. I wanna tell you about Texas Radio and the Big Beat Comes out of the Virginia swamps Cool and slow with plenty of precision And a back beat narrow and hard to master Some call it heavenly in its brilliance Others, mean and rueful of the Western dream I love the friends I have gathered together on this thin raft We have constructed pyramids in honour of our escaping This is the land where the Pharaoh died The Negroes in the forest brightly feathered They are saying, Forget the night. Live with us in forests of azure. Out here in the perimeter there are no stars Out here we is stoned - immaculate. Now listen to this I'll tell you about the heartache I'll tell you about the heartache and the loss of God I'll tell you about the hopeless night The meagre food for souls forgot I'll tell you about the maiden with raw iron soul I'll tell you about Texas Radio and the Big Beat Soft, driven, slow and mad, like some new language Now listen to this I'll tell you about the Texas I'll tell you about the Texas Radio I'll tell you about the hopeless night Wandering the Western dream Tell you about the maiden with raw iron soul

    


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