Laura came from Wisconsin in 1985
She was made from Georgia clay and bones from Adam's side
And God called her to Tennesse to plant a garden divine
But Eden was two doors too dead traveling down 65

Do you remember how slow you drove on your way home?
Smoking your last cigarette
But are you sorry for what you did?
Are you sorry for what you did, what you did?

Laura's mouth is as big as the river is wide
M-I-S-S-I-S-S-I-P-P-I
Her breasts are snow peaked mountain tops
Colorado pride
Indiana fell out of love on I-65

Do you remember how slow you drove on your way home?
Smoking your last cigarette
But are you sorry for what you did?
Are you sorry for what you did, what you did?

Everyone tells me I'm beautiful (x9)


Lyrics submitted by jonasrivers

Colorado Pride song meanings
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