"New Horse" as written by Karl Stephen Smith, Peter Ronald Cohen and Adam Johnson....
He can come, he can come to me
He can come, he can come to me
Heavy in the evening
Heavy on himself
He knows your lady friend
Something's wrong with me
Something's wrong with me

He can rest, he can rest with me
He can rest, he can rest with me
Naked in the evening
Fooling with himself
He saw your light was on
Shifted on his thrown

Riding on a new horse
Coming to pieces
And between your legs
You can never hide away

Underneath the lamplight
Talking in circles
And the sign was good
But the time was never right

Say more wine
Say more wine
I can hardly swim too deep and you can never run

Busted up and hanging on
Hanging on the coattails of the shiny day that you left a while ago

Say more wine
Say more wine
I can hardly swim too deep and you can never run

Coming down with the hustlers song
What's that word
Coming down with the hustlers song,
I know you , I know you
Man changes, changes to come between the orange and the day
And it's how long, how long
Voice in me tells me to swim and now and throw it all away
But it's how long, how long


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"New Horse" as written by Karl Stephen Smith Adam Johnson

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