Well in came a man on a stolen horse
And he rode right under the pane
Burning bright, not for long
Led off with a holy rage

They turned it back
With a charred embrace
With the blood red on his hands
Never known to hurt a woman
And he never harmed an honest man

His mother held in jail, his daddy dead
Daily rising, price upon his head
Our sunshine...
Our sunshine...
Through fire and flood
Through dust and mud
Through tears and blood I ride

Women trapped in a suit of steel,
With a hotel burning behind
Betrayed by his companions
With a train waiting down the line

Rung up tall on a bareback horse
Getting through by the skin of his teeth
I said there's one more for the ladies
And one more for the police

Riding all night home, returning cold
Into the misty morning
Never grow old
Our sunshine...
Our sunshine...
Through fire and flood
Through dust and mud
Through tears and blood I ride
Wooohooo

Having stood before the judge's chair
He said, "I'm free and easy, I'll see you there"
Our sunshine...
Our sunshine...
Through fire and flood
Through dust and mud
Through tears and blood I ride

Through fire and flood
Dust and mud
Tears and blood I ride

But I'm still riding on
Through fire and flood
Dust and mud
Tears and blood I ride

But I'm still riding on
Through fire and flood
Dust and mud
Tears and blood I ride
Tears and blood I ride
Tears and blood I ride
Tears and blood I ride...


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