"Down in the Valley" as written by Ross Flournoy and Scott Claassen....
Come on inside my room and sit down for while
We got some master son who's sure to make you smile
Came in off the Rio Grande
One bottle of Nichol's in his hand

Sun down, blood horizon, now it feels alright
No one feels the darkness down in the valley tonight

I had my feelings like a dutch man has his gold
Deep in the canyon by the river that runs cold
Holding you on fifty missions
These men in poor condition

Sun down blood horizon now it feels alright
No one feels the darkness down in the valley tonight
Sun down blood horizon now it feels alright
No one feels the darkness down in the valley tonight

She grew diamonds in her head and placed his straw
In case her livelihood should fall right through the floor
And in our harbor season
We saw some good times on our skin

Sun down blood horizon now it feels alright
No one feels the darkness down in the valley tonight
Sun down blood horizon now it feels alright
No one feels the darkness down in the valley tonight

Down in the valley tonight
Down in the valley tonight


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    General CommentJust contributed a few lyrics for The Broken West...I am surprised their lyrics are literally nowhere to be found on the internet. I'll do my best to get all their songs up.
    mofloon August 31, 2010   Link

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