"Cowgirls Go to Santo Domingo" as written by and David N Yazbek....
There's a place where the strange ones go, where nobody here could know
They look down from the clouds and smile at everyone down below
There's a place where the strange ones go, where nobody here could know
They look down from the underground at everyone down below

Well I would cry for you,
I would die for you
Everybody needs a home
Well are you strange enough?
Are you deranged enough?
Every fucker needs a home

There's a place where the strange ones go, where nobody here could know
They look down from the clouds and smile at everyone down below
There's a place where the strange ones go, where nobody here could know
They look down from the underground at everyone down below

Well I would feel for you,
I would steel for you
Everybody needs a home
Well are you strange enough?
Are you deranged enough?
Every fucker needs a home

There's a place where the strange ones go, where nobody here could know
They look down from the clouds and smile at everyone down below
There's a place where the strange ones go, where nobody here could know
They look down from the underground at everyone down below

There's a place where the strange ones go, where nobody here could know
They look down from the clouds and smile at everyone down below
There's a place where the strange ones go, where nobody here could know
They look down from the underground at everyone down below


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"Cowgirls Go to Santo Domingo" as written by David N Yazbek

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