On times like this I gotta ride my sweet, sweet pony
I got a cartload to carry up & down your hill
I gotta take some booze, quench remorse and dance around in your bones
Once the shivering cargo is unload
Call me at the break of down at Sue’s house
Meet me on the other riverside
Where your roses leave me high on thorns of sorrow
Where the sunburn warms my thoughts and makes them die
Don’t you ever try to break me
I ain’t horsing no-one for a dime
Honey don’t you ever try to tell me my horses change color all the time
I’m only talking horse with the boys here
Do you know how to give a decent horse his head
The dogs are all asleep, they need no warning
I’ll never ride a willing horse to death
Don’t you ever try to break me
I ain’t horsing no-one for a dime
Honey, don’t you ever try to tell me my horses change color all the time



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