"Desert Plains" as written by and Rob/downing Halford....
Full moon is rising
The sky is black
I need your call I'm coming back
The road is straight cast
Wind's in my eyes
The engine roars between my thighs

From desert plains I bring you love
From desert plains I bring you love

Wild mountain thunder
Echoes my quest
My body aches but I'll not rest
Quartz light to guide me
Till sunrise leads
My passion screams, my heart it bleeds

From desert plains I bring you love
From desert plains I bring you love

Then in the distance
I see you stand
On the horizon you raise your hand
In burning rubber
I end my quest
You fall into my arms at last

From desert plains I bring you love
From desert plains I bring you love



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"Desert Plains" as written by Kenneth Downing Glenn Raymond Tipton

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    General CommentIn my opinion, Mark Weigle is the best voice of gay singer-songwriter music we have ever had. His work is available on iTunes. His work ranges from the 90's to today, and he continues to change and mature, and speak for the more thoughtful part of the LGBT community. His work makes most gay "folksingers" sound incredibly shallow in comparison. His songs are happy, sad, wide-ranging in their look at various sides of the gay world. They go from AIDS and the dangers of barebacking, coming out, good relationships to ones that end badly and to the extremely funny, raunchy, "My Lips Were Made for Sucking You." He and John Grant stand above the rest of the gay singers now on the scene. If you are a gay man you owe it to yourself to become familiar with Weigle's music.
    xman2on October 13, 2014   Link

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