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And they call us the gonzos, the gonzo compadres
Los gatos con queso, and we love our mommies

We live by the mountains, we live by the sea
We live
yourself down
But what about those of us
Who's lives are still spinnin' around

Tell me what's so great about picket fences
Paintin' them's such a mess
I am a cobra 
A snake that is 
Reluctant to talk 
Or live on grass
 
Passing through electrical fences 
Uniform and opposition fade 

I
Shepherd is chased by the wolves
Wolves who live by intolerance and hate
For what they couldn't understand
Blinded and vicious are the beasts
Instead of building these lasting fences
What's in the heart matters most of all
Most of all

It's a colorful world, it's a beautiful world that we live in
all right
Through the longest night
Just silence everything

But we could live by the foot of the mountain
We could clear us a yard in the back
all right
Through the longest night
Just silence everything

But we could live by the foot of the mountain
We could clear us a yard in the back
Tangled vines cover the lattice
They creep and crawl around the house
Nobody lives there
Only ghosts hang around

I have seen hope and glory fade
don't provide
Goes the insistence on the ways and means that so divide

They so divide

Side by side suffering loneliness (our lives are parallel)
Phony
and a ramblin' rose! 

 
I love the dear hearts . . . an' gentle people, 
Who shout a friendly 'Hi' . . . 
When they go passin' by . . . 
Who live an' love in my
alive

So I'll tear my fences down
And build my bridges up
Because of you I've found
That grace is enough
I'm learning how to live
By laying down
My grandmother's house is still there
But it isn't the same
A plain wooden cottage
A patch of brown lawn
And a fence that hangs standing
to live up to
The speculation din

Getting that old time feeling again
Madmen on both sides of the fence

Melody of riot in the wilderness of oxygen
a cup
And there's no fences to mend.
Haven't seen your smile for quite a while
So just unwind, relax your mind
Let the time go by.

Say, how is your
Unbridled, or tethered in tide
Safety of the fence
Or the danger of the ride
I'll always be unsatisfied

Sometimes I wish I lived by a pier
In a lighthouse
thinking you can walk the middle line...
Better get wise.

You may think that you can live by your feelings,
Different every night.
But an emotional
of a home
There's a town they call Tombstone where the brave never cry
They live by a sixgun by a sixgun they die

It's been a long time now since
Welcome home
We carry on

When our lives come undone
We carry on
'Cause there's promise in the morning sun
We carry on
As the dark surrenders
See the devil on the doorstep now (my oh my)
Telling everybody oh just how to live their lives
Sliding down the information highway
Buying in just
the same thing
Nora Lee
By the stars and clouds above
We can spend our lives in love

You're a hesitating beauty, Nora Lee
We can build a house
the same thing
Nora Lee
By the stars and clouds above
We can spend our lives in love

You're a hesitating beauty, Nora Lee
We can build a house
Written by: Doug Supernaw/Lonnie Alkinson
Performed by:Doug Supernaw on "Red and Rio Grande"

[Intro]
One lone star waving in the wind
A longhorn
Young boy is killed by a gun toting driver
He caught him, shot him, 'cause the kid went too far
When the man was asked why, he replied with
peasant, who is he?
Where and what his dwelling?
Sire, he lives a good league hence,
Underneath the mountain
Right against the forest fence
By Saint
of rules that he lives by day to day
If you ask for his advice, he'll more than likely say

If it's a fence, mend it, if it's a dollar bill, spend it