"Lost and Found" as written by Philip Johnstone and Robert Plant....
Oh, yeah
She walks like a gunslinger
Laughs through the shots
Got some lead from the hips
She's so hot she can't stop
Oh, yeah
Oh, she loves like a steam train
Out all the time
She fights like a bobcat
Got some fame on her mind
Tell me why
Oh, tell me why
Oh, yeah
Ooh-ooh, yeah
Oh-oh, fire where the heart is sweet home on the range
Call of the wild
See the beast with no name
Tell me why
Oh, tell me why
The world is waiting here for you, you, you
Can't you see them anymore
The world is waiting there for you, you, you
Can't you see them anymore, anymore, anymore
The world is waiting there for you, you, you
Don't you just hear it anymore
The world is waiting there for you, you, you
Don't you feel them anymore, anymore, anymore
She's tall in the saddle
Got a rose in her teeth
She's hell incarnate
Just walkin' down your street
Oh-oh, yeah
Now you've seen the line on the glory
From the heart of the flame
From the, I don't know a story
But your song never change
Tell me why
Oh, tell me why
The world is waiting there for you, you, you
Can't you feel it anymore
The world is waiting there for you, you, you
Can't you feel it anymore, anymore, anymore
My world is waiting there for you, you, you
Can't you feel him anymore
The world is waiting there for you, you, you
Can't you feel him anymore, anymore, anymore
Yes, oh yes, oh yeah
Ooh, yeah
Shoot, shoot
She walks like a gunslinger
Shoot, shoot
Oh, will I see your shots
Shoot, shoot
Mmm, she walks like a gunslinger
Shoot, shoot
Oh, she laughs, laughs, laughs
Ooh, no love from the hips now
Ooh, she got lead from the hips now
Now lead, hot lead, hot lead



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"Lost and Found" as written by Philip Merriam Johnstone Robert Plant

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