Bummin around the downtown of laramie
The streets are quiet like all of wyoming
The trains rumble through breaking the silence
While the rest of the world is chaos and violence

It's peaceful, here most of the year
A man in a cowboy hat's selling me beer
He looks like wyatt earp out in the courtyard
He's talkin' like he won the west
I know he did.. well i guess

Ancient steel walking bridge over the railroad tracks
I fell in love, twas just like a heat attack
I couldn't breath when i looked in your eyes
It's in this kinda thing that in death it's defied

It's peaceful there.. most of the year
The stars are so close and the moon is sincere
I can't complain about what all has gone
I was just chasin' a song
Wow the hell could that be wrong?

I want to go on the pack trip to Yellowstone
I picked the city of roses alone
It's one big volcano with plenty of buffalo
A lady bug rock and a late summer snow

It's peaceful there most of the year
Old faithful blows and the seniors all stare
Wolves chase the elk on down to the plains
Is gardner, Montana.. still the same?
I love that place in the rain

We'll fly through canyons and mountains of glory
We'll be western tanagers and we'll know the story
Of the water and the rain
The wind on the plain
And all of these changes will all be the same.


Lyrics submitted by WoodyDeleon

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