Benjamin Tod

"Wyoming"

[Verse 1]
Well men like me probably die alone
With some broken dream on a dusty road
And it may be sad, but so is everything that's true
Well, if life's a gamble, then I bet the table on a pair of two's

[Chorus]
Oh, and the sun's probably shinin' in Wyoming
And the moon, she's casting diamonds on the low-lyin' street
And when my soul is finally set free
You can burn my body in a prairie breeze

[Verse 2]
By candlelight, paper and ink
Wrote my final wish, killin' a drink
And I thought of you
It happened more times than a few
I stared down a barrel and I wasn't able to follow through

[Chorus]
Oh, and the sun's probably shinin' in Wyoming
And the moon, she's casting diamonds on the low-lyin' street
When my soul is finally set free
You can burn my body in a prairie breeze

[Verse 3]
Oh when I'm gone, please remember me
For my blue eyes, and the songs I'd sing
And forget the bad
I did all that I could do
If I could take it back, I would, in fact, and give it all to you

[Chorus]
Oh, and the sun's probably shinin' in Wyoming
And the moon, she's casting diamonds on the low-lyin' street
When my soul is finally set free
You can burn my body in a prairie breeze

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