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Kasey Chambers & Shane Nicholson – Jackson Hole lyrics

I'll trade those city lights and crowded skies
Roll down Snake River with a box full of flies
Come on White Water make this old girl sing
And teach this young girl how to western swing

Life's gonna be better now
Better in Jackson Hole

No California dreaming anymore
I'll put Wyoming out of my back door
Life's gonna be better now
Life's gonna be better in Jackson Hole

Get a little bit of rise and flow
Get a little bit of rise and flow
Get a little bit of rise and flow
Get a little bit of rise and flow

Don't take no wedding ring, don't set no trap
We're chasing freedom at the end of the map
Life's gonna be better now
Life's gonna be better in Jackson Hole

Get a little bit of rise and flow
Get a little bit of rise and flow
Get a little bit of rise and flow
Get a little bit of rise and flow

Life's gonna be better now
Life's gonna be better in Jackson Hole



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