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Waifs – Pony lyrics

Well the sky was gray,
And the sea was green,
** And your eyes were a colour,
** That never been seen.

Got lost somewhere,
** Out in-between,
** Where I wasn't where you wanted me to be.

Gonna get on my pony and ride,
Gonna get on my high horse and fly.
Gonna get on my pony and ride,
Gonna get on my high horse and fly.

Well the stars came out,
And the sun went down,
And the night got dark,
** It was all around.

** Got lost somewhere,
Never to be found,
** Somewhere out on the wide and rollin' seas.

Gonna get on my pony and ride,
Gonna get on my high horse and fly.
Gonna get on my pony and ride,
Gonna get on my high horse and fly.

Well the sky was gray,
And the sea was green,
** And your eyes were a colour,
** That'd never been seen.

Got lost somewhere,
** Out in-between,
** Where I wasn't where you wanted me to be.

Gonna get on my pony and ride,
Gonna get on my high horse and fly.
Gonna get on my pony and ride,
Gonna get on my high horse and fly.

Gonna get on my pony and ride,
Gonna get on my high horse and fly.
Gonna get on my pony and ride,
Gonna get on my high horse and fly.

Gonna get on my,
Gonna get on my,
Gonna get on my pony and ride.



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