"Horse Nation" as written by Ian Robert Astbury, William Henry Duffy, Al Stewart James and Raymond Taylor-smith....
And they come
And they come

See them prancing
They come neighing, they come
A horse nation
See them prancin', they neighing come
See them prancin'
They come neighing and they neighing come

The whole world is coming
From the four directions
Scream and shout

See them prancing
They come neighing and they come
A horse nation
See them prancing, they neighing came
See them prancing
Proudly they came

The whole world is coming
From the four directions
And I scream and shout

The whole world is coming
From the four directions
Scream and shout


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"Horse Nation" as written by Ian Robert Astbury Al Stewart James

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    General CommentAbout the Native American Horse Nations of the Great Plains and the outside world that closed in on them and destroyed their way of life. Scream and shout!
    monster36604on January 14, 2009   Link

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