"Cowboys and Indians" as written by Patrick Raymond Leonard, Pat Monahan and Lyle Dean Workman....
Cowboys and Indians
Heteros and Gays
Blacks and Whites and all of their ways
Their all dancing underneath the moon

Lawyers and Army men
The Left and the Right
The preachers and communists, oh what a sight
We're all coming home or will be soon

Well I'd like to thank you all
I'd like to make you all
Lunch by a river I know
I'd like to take your hands
I'd like to give you some peace

Oh, I know I like to show you
A little bit of happiness
Right now

Convicts and Movie Stars
Prostitutes and Priests
Losers and Winners, let us look to the east
Thanking the sun for another beautiful day

Well I'd like to thank you all
I'd like to make you all
Flow like a river I know
I'd like to take your hands
I'd like to give you some peace

Oh, I know I like to show you
A little bit of happiness
Right now

Shaman and Children
The living and ghosts
What we need is each other the most
We can flow like a river I know


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"Cowboys and Indians" as written by Pat Monahan Lyle Dean Workman

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