"Wild Blue Yonder" as written by and William Hamilton/thompson Carter....
A very good friend of mine said son
Dance to the moonshine
Dance to the gun

Me and the boy had some fun
Well we danced to the moonshine
Danced to the gun

And now that all that killings done
Dance to the good cash money son

Cus I know I believe
Country air is the only air
That's fit to breath

And all the things that I can see
Breaking up all around of me
Falling away

And I can't see that star
And I can't hear that thunder
I wonder just how long we'll be
Out in the wild blue yonder
The wild blue yonder
The wild blue yonder
The wild blue yonder
The wild blue yonder

I thought I was right
But I must have been wrong
Danced to the moonshine
Danced to the gun

Me and the boy had some fun
Well we danced to the moonshine
Danced to the gun

And now that all that killings done
Dance to the good cash money son

Cus I know I believe
Country air is the only air
That's fit to breath

And all the things that I can see
Breaking up all around of me
Falling away

And I can't see that star
And I can't hear that thunder
I wonder just how long we'll be
Out in the wild blue yonder
The wild blue yonder
The wild blue yonder
The wild blue yonder

And I can't see that star
And I can't hear that thunder
I wonder just how long we'll be
Out in the wild blue yonder
The wild blue yonder
The wild blue yonder
I know I was wrong
The wild blue yonder
But I must have been right
The wild blue yonder
The wild blue yonder
Go an live the Italian life
Leave your children
Shoot your wife
The wild blue yonder
The wild blue yonder

Head out for the country life

I thought I was right
I thought I was right


Lyrics submitted by monster36604

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