"Horses" as written by and Tori Ellen Amos....
How can I be drunk?
You strike with dry poison
I am possessed
Still engaged in some kind of advanced shackling

Girl you got to find you the man who
Can smoke this out, Bad Medicine
Girl you got to find you the man who
Can smoke this out, Good Medicine would say

You got you a fast horse darlin'
But all you do is complain it ain't a Maserati.
You had a soul that you left back in Memphis
But your mama ain't New York she is pure
Tennessee

On a desert highway
I am struck by my own rage
Time-bomb in his palm a finger-apple
Augments this advanced shackling

Girl you got to find you the man who
Can smoke this out, bad medicine
Girl you got to find you the man who
Can smoke this out, good medicine would say

You got you a fast horse darlin'
But all you do is complain it ain't a Maserati.
You had a soul that you left back in Memphis
But your mama ain't New York she is pure
Can't you see your mama ain't New York
She is pure Tennessee
Tennessee


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"Fast Horse" as written by Tori Ellen Amos

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    General CommentThis is my favorite Tori Anus song because I don't understand the lyrics. It reminds me of how in all my own relationships there were a whole bunch of inside jokes and stories that no one else would ever understand, but I treasure dearly, long after it ends. If something happened to me involving an afro and a pharoah, I would probably never forget that.
    powerballadon October 06, 2007   Link

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