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when you’re ten
you don’t see the world
and all its fury raging
heaven to you
are your friends down the street
mom can i go they’re waiting

so you ride like the wind
to the edge of that town
where the trees begin
and the fields roll out

like a magic carpet
where dreams are born
freindships made, oaths are sworn

cowboys and indians
heroes in the sun
chasing those summer days
as fast as we could run
the world seemed golden
life had just begun
we were cowboys and indians
heroes in the sun

now youre grown
and everythings changed
it’s all about the deal
you realize that lifes still a game
but people get hurt for real

so you live by the bell, sleep on the numbers
work like hell, or you might go under
when you lay down your head
on your pillow at night
what do you see, when you close your eyes


cowboys and indians
heroes in the sun
chasing those summer days
as fast as we could run
the world seemed golden
life had just begun
we were cowboys and indians
heroes in the sun

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cowboys and indians
heroes in the sun
chasing those summer days
as fast as we could run
the world seemed golden
life had just begun
we were cowboys and indians
heroes in the sun

we were cowboys and indians
heroes in the sun
we were cowboys and indians
heroes in the sun



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