"Zingara" as written by Benjamin Mink, Ann Wilson and Nancy Wilson....
Why do you fly on the dusky dawn
So far from home, Zingara?
Why do you sleep under stranger stars
By stranger fires, Zingara?

It calls me beyond the wild
So strange are the old home fires
Burning, burning, burning, burning
Blue blue gone, gone gone

We're going down, down
Yeah we're going down
Dancing down on Corduroy Road
Down, down, yeah we're going down
Dancing, dancing down
Dancing, dancing down

They laughed in your face, they ranted and raved
And cursed your name, Zingara
A sad sad day with hell to pay
You're so in a cage, Zingara

It calls me beyond the wild
So strange are the old home fires
Burning, burning, burning, burning
Blue blue gone, gone gone

We're going down, down
Yeah we're going down
Dancing down on Corduroy Road
Down, down, yeah we're going down
Dancing, dancing down
Dancing, dancing down


Lyrics submitted by Mellow_Harsher

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