Cast in old cast iron that one man could break down
I prefer to be on fire than alone
I'm a sports hero on the midwest plain
A serviceman let go
I'm a traveller's best friend

Cast in old cast iron
Never needing fixing
No river leaves a furrow in my yard
A sunken prize no woman could breathe to
No river leaves a furrow in my yard

Cast in old cast iron
I prefer to be delivered than to carry anyone
I'd rather turn away than drive to New York
Not afraid of New York
Just afraid of winter

Cast in old cast iron
Love can be an element
Time can be a force
Elbow deep in history
One man breaking down the iron shell
The lock of treasure

No river leaves a furrow in my back yard
Once I came to her and heard her
I heard her say it truly




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