"Broken Arrow" as written by and Chuck Berry....
Old Chief warrior on a mountain side
(I ain’t never doing that again)
Met up with Geronimo’s enemy tribe
(I ain’t never doing that again)
There was a broken arrow here, a bloody arrow there
A head broken, back busted, bones broken, bloody bones
Met up with Geronimo’s enemy tribe
(I ain’t never doing that again).

Sent my lady downtown to shop
(I ain’t never doing that again)
She evidently didn’t know when to stop
(I ain’t never doing that again)
With a mink stole here and a chinchilla there
A here fur, there fur, fur where I don’t know
Sent my lady downtown to shop
(I ain’t never doing that again).

I bet all I had on a hearsay sure shot
(I ain’t never doing that again)
The horse started walking because the sun got hot
(I ain’t never doing that again)
I had a bill lying here and a bill lying there
A home bill, gas bill, all but a dollar bill
I bet all I had on a hearsay sure shot
(I ain’t never doing that again).


Lyrics submitted by Mellow_Harsher

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