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One more for the rodeo, an old-school '60s team
A great new wide awakening spews out at the seams
Laid out cold on the table, a sheet pulled over his head
I turned around to the janitor, asked him just how long you'd been dead

And it's one more for the rodeo, one more for the show
One more pretender who just had to go

All the gods and gurus blowing from the east
So caught up in your principles it eats your mind like a disease
I wish I was invisible, hidden from the crowd
And this cold wind blows down the sidewalk and leaves me wondering how

And it's one more for the rodeo, one more for the show
One more pretender who just had to go


One more for the rodeo, one more for the show, one more pretender, who just had to go

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    tonybaradatJan 9, 2010 at 7:22 pm
    closest I can figure is "rodeo" is the fast lane of the 70's drug culture with all the "eastern" influences. The song seems to be railing against those eastern sensibilities and presenting the point that being in the musical limelight in that era seemed to almost force you into that culture. But that's just me...

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