"The Native Daughters Of The Golden West" as written by and Paul David Humphreys Andrew Mc Cluskey....
The Native Daughters of the Golden West
In ecstasy they cry to know
If their parents love will let them go
Their mother's pride, their fathers joy
They thank the stars that they're not boys
The native daughters of the golden west
Their beauty is priceless, you'll never pass their test
As children do they stayed at home
Waiting for the day when they were grown
The future seemed so far away
But every night they'd kneel and pray
But all in all they did their best
And one by one they left the nest
Across the globe they searched for love
And put their faith in their God above
The native daughters of the golden west
They're made of light, We never would have guessed
So by and by their dreams came true
They fell in love with boys they knew
Their children grew fed from the breast
Of The Native Daughters of the Golden West
The Native Daughters of the Golden West
They talk all day, but we were not impressed
The Native Daughters of the Golden West
They're sisters of mercy, they'll grant your last request


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"The Native Daughters of the Golden West" as written by Paul David Humphreys Andrew Mc Cluskey

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    General CommentIt's an epic pine for the beauty of white women. There are some bizarre lines in the song though too, all I can say to explain that is that it's a little bit melancholy. To my ear he sounds sympathetic, but he's basically staging the concept of the development of a certain type of woman as an epic, almost mythological, adventure.
    Suskaon February 17, 2014   Link

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