"Iron Horse/Born to Lose" as written by and Philip Campbell Ian Kilmister....
He rides a road, that don't have no end,
An open highway, that don't have no bends,
Tramp and his stallion, alone in a dream,
Proud in his colors, as the chromium gleams,

On iron horse he flies, on iron horse he gladly dies
Iron horse his wife, iron horse his life

He lives his life, he's living it fast
Don't try to hide, when the dice have been cast
He rides a whirlwind, that cuts to the bone
Loaded forever, and ferociously stoned

On iron horse he flies, on iron horse he gladly dies
Iron horse his wife, iron horse his life

Yes, slide it to me

One day one day, they'll go for the sun,
Together they'll fly, on the eternal run,
Wasted forever, on speed bikes and booze,
Yeah tramp and the brothers, say they're all born to lose,

On iron horse he flies, on iron horse he gladly dies,
Iron horse his wife, iron horse his life

Iron horse his life, iron horse his wife
Iron horse his wife, iron horse his life


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"Iron Horse/Born to Lose" as written by Philip Campbell Ian Kilmister

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