"Medicine Man" as written by Alan Ralph Osmond, Wayne Osmond and Merrill Davis Osmond....
Hey, man, quick as you can call up the medicine man.
Hey, son, put down your gun, no time to be on the run.
Who'll be right and who'll be wrong?
And who'll be left to see tomorrow after we are gone?

Hey there, better beware, a lot of smoke in the air.
So son, put down your gun before you lose what you are.
Who'll be right and who'll be wrong?
And who'll be left to see tomorrow after we are gone?

This legend of today, was he our hero yesterday?
The children cry, for tomorrow will they live on after we are gone?
Will they live on after we are gone?
Will they live on after we are gone?


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"Medicine Man" as written by Merrill Davis Osmond Alan Ralph Osmond

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., MIKE CURB MUSIC

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