I drove through Iowa back into town
Another man's been coming round
He left his underwear on the bathroom floor
And I don't want to live here anymore
I know just who it is
We levy our own sentences
That bastard won't survive more than a week or so
As for her i just don't know


Dakota skies cannot reveal
The way i feel when i walk by
The house i thought we'd always share
Dakota sunset doesn't care
A contract broken another paid
We made the dreams we'll throw away
And gaze at the Dakota sky
For the next shipment to arrive


My brother called me yesterday
To catch up and apologize
He'd come by to shower when i was out of town
And he'd left his drawers behind he'd just realized


Dakota winds cannot erase
The mistakes we make in haste
Enough to keep the country lit
If we could only harness it
Dakot winds cannot replace
This broken house with empty space
Windmills rotate, turbines blow
As for her, she doesn't know


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