"Prairie Girl" as written by and Marshall Burns Kristina Hedlund....
I am a darling
I am a dear
I'll cut your neck if you get too near
When the chips start falling
I'll stay here

I am a prairie girl
Straight to the bone
I'll cut you off on the drive back home
I spend my winters alone
Yeah there's just no place quite like home

And I'll catch a ride
From another friend inside
And I'm sure that you'll be fine
For the rest of the night.

You were a farm boy
Just shooting at marks
Moved to the city on a lark
I can't tell if you're really dumb
Or really smart
Yeah you're just much happier
In the dark

And I'll catch a ride
From another friend inside
And I'm sure that you'll be fine
For the rest of the night.

She was yours
As soon as you left me
I doused my life in water and whiskey
No place I'd rather be
Than this lonesome prairie

And I'll catch a ride
From another friend inside
And I'm sure that you'll be fine
For the rest of the night.

And you'll catch a lift
From some random chick
And oh, you get your low when my heart lets go, when my heart lets go


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"Prairie Girl" as written by Jeffrey Romanyk Erin Passmore

Lyrics © ARTS & CRAFTS MUSIC INC DBA GALLERYAC MUSIC

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