Ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh
Ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh

Ride, ride 'em Jewboy
Ride 'em all around the old corral
I'm, I'm with you boy
If I've got to ride six million miles

Now the smokes from camps are rising
See the helpless creatures on their way
Hey, old pal, ain't it surprising
How far you can go before you stay

Don't you let the morning blind ya
When on your sleeve you wore the yeller star
Old memories still live behind ya
Can't you see by your outfit who you are

How long will you be driven relentless 'round the world
The blood in the rhythm of the soul

Wild ponies all your dreams were broken
Rounded out and made to move along
The loneliness which can't be spoken
Just swings a rope and rides inside a song

Dead limbs play with ringless fingers
A melody which burns you deep inside
Oh, how the song becomes the singers
May peace be ever with you as you ride

How long will you be driven relentless around the world
The blood in the rhythm of the soul

In the window candles glowing
Remind you that today you are a child
Road ahead, forever rolling
And anything worth cryin' can be smiled

So ride, ride 'em Jewboy
Ride 'em all around the old corral
I'm, I'm with you boy
If I've got to ride six million miles

Ooh ooh ooh
Ooh ooh ooh ooh ooh ooh
Ooh ooh ooh
Ooh ooh ooh ooh ooh ooh ooh


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    Its about the holocaust

    hyper_headbangeron April 06, 2007   Link
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    kinky has a few really nice songs "dear abbey" is an example

    huck7953on April 16, 2009   Link

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