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in the prairie to die by a ranger's gun
Death's sharp sting did not trouble his chances for life were too slim
Where they were putting his body was all
called the rangers in
The rangers caught the outlaws and the fightin' did begin
For seven hours they fought and there were bodies all around
Not one body
at night you 
Can argue about things you never thought you'd argue about in your whole life, 
Twenty five years older and Ranger ain't here no more, been
And he's here to do some business with the big iron on his hip
Big iron on his hip

In this town there lived an outlaw by the name of Texas Red
Many men
Hearts Up" (Finale)

Let's life our hearts up
Let's let our hair down --

Rangers At Midnight cleaning out the town...
Rangers At Midnight cleaning out
of course, I'm chased everywhere by the bush police-force
While I ride through the night on my big black horse, I'm a big, bad, bush-bush ranger

And when
Well I'm a wasted rock ranger
I live the life of danger
On the road to find a higher high
I don't need no one's affection
All I need is my
argue about things
you never thought you'd argue about in your whole life

Twenty-five years older
Ranger ain't here no more
Been replaced by a 1958
sky.

He told of a time
When he rode with the rangers
Down on the pecos
And he saved the day

Outnumbered by plenty
They were almost to cover
and losing and trying 
I will be by Your side 
Cause You and I are friends for life
The ballrooms of Versailles
Like dragons riding high
We dance the nights away
Life is glam and gay

Fountains cry Tokai
At ballrooms of Versailles
A long time ago in the small border town of Nogales
There lived a beautiful Mexican girl named Ava Maria Morales
Her dark hair would glisten
old San Antone 

Then the night came alight with gun fire he knew that at last he'd been found 
As the ranger's band shoot brightly and bandito laid
Waiting by the side of the road
For day to break so we could go
Down into Los Angeles
With dirty hands and worn out knees
I keep crawling back
to God to save his dear beloved ones
Until the day his soul rises

Life is the gift that we make
Love is a risk that we take
Death is just the final
my vision but plainly I see
The ranger that killed her is standing there waiting for me
I rise to meet him, my one thought it beat him
He deserves
I think you would agree 
That's how it is for You and me 

I want to know I need You 
I want you to know it's true 
That there's no way 
I could
Eagle man, climbing the skies. 
Red light of evening falls like rain.
Rainbow's my yarn the sky is my loom
I will weave sunsets later on. 

Snow
who choose to take the black
Bid farewell to comforts great and small
Those who do, don't come back
Prepare yourself for life on the wall

Night
There's a part of me that will always be 
Just a boy in a hole with an M-16 
Airborne ranger infantry 

I left my best friend lying in a pool of blood
Long ago on the Texas Plains
Was a little town
That never changed
Until a man rode into town,
A Ranger known for miles around

Well, he could keep
Waiting by the side of the road
For day to break so we could go
Down into Los Angeles
With dirty hands and worn out knees

I keep crawling back
under electric lights 

I'll go into the night  into the night 

She and I into the night 



Is this still life all I'm good for too? 

There by
his blood to run
Well he alone could have saved his life
By throwing down his gun

Chorus

Well I'd rather die like donahue
That bush-ranger so brave
Raise your can of beer on high
And seal your fate forever
Our best years have past us by
The golden age of leather

This was the night not long