The Indian man lost all of his land in Oklahoma
A man dressed in black gave some of it back to Oklahoma
And the man that they called Sam
He washed the red out of the land in Oklahoma

Well, back in the day the W.P.A. in Oklahoma
Woody Guthrie would sing about the crops and no rain in Oklahoma
Well, the rain it never came
Woody Guthrie sang the pain of Oklahoma

1982 a bubbling crude in Oklahoma
A forty thousand foot well drilling strait to hell in Oklahoma
Fifty dollars a god damn barrel
Wish I'd never sold that well in Oklahoma

O.K.L.A.H.O.M.A. Oklahoma


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