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Roy Orbison – Medicine Man lyrics

I'll bring you the talon from an eagle
A big black pearl from the sea
I'll bring one and twenty ponies
If you'll bring Wildflower to me
Medicine Man,Make your magic mine
Turn Wildflower to a clinging vine
Medicine man won't you please help me
Don't leave me down in misery
Rattle them bones,then roll them stones
And make Wildflower mine
I will bring you white buffalo
I'll bring honey from the bee
I'll keep fire-water flowing
If you'll get the big chief to agree
Medicine Man, Help me if you can
Write a secret message in the sand
Medicine man, please let her know
Tell Wildflower that I love her so
Take the breeze and shake the trees
And make Wildflower mine
Now she has no use for a white man
Helpless and worthless like me
Tell her father Big-Strong-Hand
To let Wildflower comfort me
Medicine man,medicine man
Let it be known throughout the land
Medicine man, medicine man
I have to have the hand of Wildflower
Take this piece of calico
Make a dress with a pretty bow
Tie it with a thread of lace
Take it to your secret place
Go into your sacred dance
Say a prayer for our romance
And make Wildflower mine



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