"El DORADO" as written by and Andy Williams Keith Buckley....
You were alone when you came in
You'll be alone when you leave again
And in the middle there's nothing that can keep you around when it's time to go home
Because everybody I lean on (since I don't trust myself)
Leans on someone else
Watch the colonies collapse like dominos
I could beg and I could plead but all I hear is the echo of my own voice begging me
The fossils of the teen age are well preserved in the arctic wasteland
The fossils of the teen age are well preserved
I crawled on hands and knees just to be there with you and you moved on without me
Scrap the crown
Clean the slate
Cut off your roots
You're own your own
Scrap the crown
Clean the slate
Cut off your roots
You're own your own
We all need something
I'm a gypsy queen without a swarm and the burning bridges keep me warm
I'm a new wave in a dried up stream
I'm just trying to find my way out to the sea
You were alone when you came in
You'll be alone when you leave again
And in the middle there's nothing that can keep you around when it's time to go home
Because everybody I lean on (since I don't trust myself)
Leans on someone else
Watch the colonies collapse like dominos
I could beg and I could plead but all I hear is the echo of my own voice begging me
The fossils of the teen age are well preserved in the arctic wasteland
The fossils of the teen age are well preserved in the arctic waste
Crush your allies


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