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They lived together in a dirty old shack
At the edge of the black rocky mountain
And they drank mountain dew and they lived on the food
That they
back we're right on the track
No wall is too tall
By the will of the people
We'll take a road to higher ground
And don't worry about that

Dirty
Let us fly away to the rock candy mountains
Just you and I
Where the bluebird sings by the champagne springs
We'll kiss the blues goodbye
Let us
Let us fly away to the rock candy mountains
Just you and I
Where the bluebird sings by the champagne springs
We'll kiss the blues goodbye
Let us
Let us fly away to the rock candy mountains
Just you and I
Where the bluebird sings by the champagne springs
We'll kiss the blues goodbye
Let us
to share with you and me
Put your hand in mine and let this old world set us free

Up on the mountain down in the valley
Living on sweet vibrations some
and got that twist
The kind of love you can't resist
At seventeen

Now sloppy shirt, old blue jeans
Dirty shoes by all means
Patch of blonde, peroxide
Graduated and got that twist
Kind of love I can't resist
At seventeen

Now, sloppy shirt, old blue-jeans
Dirty shoes, by all means
Patch of blonde,
day.

We can climb a dirty mountain,
And still our hands be clean.
Running underneath a rainbow,
A children's fantasy.

We walked along, our
Graduated and got that twist
Kind of love I can't resist
At seventeen

Now, sloppy shirt, old blue-jeans
Dirty shoes, by all means
Patch of blonde,
There's a hole in the river where my auntie lies
From the land of the living to the air and sky
Left her car by the river left her shoes beside
There's a hole in the river where my auntie lies
From the land of the living to the air and sky
Left her car by the river left her shoes beside
Mountain Landis 

Kenesaw said drop that glove 
Or I swear by God above 
I'll make you regret playing baseball 
And Shoeless Joe looked up and saw
clear

It starts high in the mountains of the north
Crystal clear and icy trickles forth
With just a few floating wrappers of chewing gum
Dropped by
more
And a worn out welcome mat by her door

I'd trade big mountains and rooms full of gold
For just one look at the beauty of this woman's soul
Up
For to see mad Tom of Bedlam
Ten thousand miles I'd travel
Mad Maudlin goes on dirty toes
For to save her shoes from gravel

[Chorus]
Still I
There's an old lady who washes her clothes
In the same laundromat as me
She told me of her son
And some shoes that hurt his feet
Mean little nails
For to see mad Tom of Bedlam
Ten thousand miles I'd travel
Mad Maudlin goes on dirty toes
For to save her shoes from gravel

[Chorus]
Still I
land

Change in the rivers
Once clean, flowing fast
Made sad and dirty
By the tears of man
Change at my ankles
Holding me back
Change like an icon
and got that twist
The kind of love you can't resist
At seventeen

Now sloppy shirt, old blue jeans
Dirty shoes by all means
Patch of blonde, peroxide
Crown of thorns 
A disciple or two 
We'll sell them Jesus hats 
Jesus socks

Jesus coats 
We'll sue the pope
Jesus shoes 
Jesus dirty books too
gettin' that degree at Stanford or Harvard
Threatened by my work ethic, the way I speak, yo
Should I be mentally weak, verse being Malik
Yo, should I be
Girlie dress and making her best
She makes up her hair for the 90s
Dirty shoes and hiding her blues
She's dying to lose what she's finding

So
the blues?
Dirty records from another time
Some blood stains on your shoes

May I have this last dance
By chance if we should meet?
Can you write me a lullaby?
There's a rock and a field and a dirty sky
I'm still as corpse, I'm content as a bride,
Thoughts of you and those flyin' shoes 
All around me