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You lean forward to go
You pull back to go slow
These are the horse basics
You should know

There's no use to wait
A girl and her horse will never separate
You were done before
The gun at the starting gate

And away she rides
To the great unknown
You can wave goodbye
And spend some time on your own
And wonder why

Sometimes you find you fall far behind
On the course
Some things are best left
Between a girl and her horse

With no words to say
A girl and her horse can communicate
Cause motion is motion
And nothing's up for to debate

And away she rides
To the great beyond
You can wave goodbye
To a girl and her horse with a bond
You can't deny

Sometimes you find
You fall far behind on the course
Some things are best left
Between a girl and her horse
Sometimes you find
You can't cross the line on the course
Some things are best left
Between a girl and her horse

You lean forward to go
You pull back to go slow
The rest is anyone's guess
Don't you know

And away she rides
With the best in show
You can wave goodbye
A girl and her horse
Have a bond you'll never know
And away she rides
WIth the best in show you know
Unicorns don't exist of course
But every girl in this world has a horse

Sometimes you find
You fall far behind on the course
Some things are best left
Between a girl and her horse
Sometimes you find you can't cross
The line on the course
Some things are best left
Between a girl and her horse



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