"Buffalo Trace" as written by and Brian St. Clair David Scott Lucas....
Eight hours to get to Heaven Hill
Head down, due south, past Louisville
don't stop until the bourbon still
Parker says we can drink our fill
Eight hours to get to Heaven Hill
Eight hours
Just leave me where I'm found
and put my bones in the ground
Oh, yeah, well, its a Buffalo Trace
Fan out and don't give up on the chase
She will make her mark on my face
The Blue Grass Parkway is my favourite place
Eight hours to get to Heaven Hill
Eight hours
Just leave me where I'm found
and put my bones in the ground
All Hail, manowar is dead
Give up the ghost and put your babies to bed
Oh, yeah, well, you're so easily led
All your money keeps your horses fed
All hail, manowar is dead
Hail, hail
Just leave me where I'm found
and put my bones in the ground


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"Buffalo Trace" as written by David Scott Lucas Brian St. Clair

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    General CommentWhoa, a song about going to Kentucky.

    Heaven Hill Distilleries, Buffalo Trace boy scouts somewhere in Indiana and Illinois, that Man o' War racehorse, the Blue Grass Parkway. I don't know why I figured all these things out, but I did.
    Blind Opiuson February 02, 2007   Link
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    General Commentactually Buffalo Trace is a distillery in kentucky, and so is Heaven Hill. scott might be talkin about the boyscouts tho and it doesnt really matter, this song kicks ass. probly one of my favorites on WHTPJS. local h should be played on the radio all day every day
    soundgarden892on June 09, 2008   Link

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