This summer I met a coyote; he lived in the same state as me
He said “This place is driving me crazy; I have to leave.”
So he dressed up like red riding-hood’s grandma,
And took a train as far as Alabama, but he missed the snow
So he hitchhiked his way to Colorado, where he fell in love.

We lost touch.
I don’t blame him,
But I’ll miss him.
I’ll never forget what he told me:

“In ohio you’re always saying hello
With the two o’s in my goodbye
Goodbye though, goodbye though Ohio
I’m gonna take those two o’s and go

Lyrics submitted by holyyellowpurple

Coyote Song song meanings
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