"Tangie and Ray" as written by and Eric D Johnson....
Tangie and Ray left Columbia, Maryland
To go rolling with the rubber tramps
And see the last few mountain men.

In the back of a truck
With the bags of sugar and the guns
Over the bumpy USFS roads
With all the other fledglings falling from the limbs,
Who are never going home.

Tangie and Ray, they got hair down to their knees,
And Tangie rides a bighorn ram,
And Ray can talk to trees.

Now they're one with the dirt,
And the mouldering bones and litter leaves,
Down in the dirt
Under the cloudy sky, an unbroken canopy.

They're never going home,
Never going home.

Down in the dirt with the spineless animals and seeds,
They live down in the dirt
Under the cloudy sky, an unbroken canopy.
They're never going home.

Down in the dirt with the spineless animals and seeds,
They live down in the dirt
Under the cloudy sky, an unbroken canopy.
They're never going home, whoah,
They're never going home, whoah
They're never going home, whoah,
They're never going home, whoah, oooh.


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