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Twin Falls Idaho Lyrics - Artist : Pope, Ron
Flat on my back halfway through a six pack
Hear the neighborhood kids as they pay
And the fire hydrant sprays on this mid august day
God I wish I was so far away
She hitchhiked south down from Kalispell now
I am trying to recall how we met
She saw me stare as she tied up her hair
At a diner three miles outside
Of twin falls, Idaho late one night

And I offered her a ride
But she said "Let's stay the night"
Dragged her nails hard down my back
Until the crimson blood dripped down on sheets so white

She washed across the Northern Planes
Like a storm with no name, she was gone in three days
How I wish she stayed to rain on me
Ooh, and I thought I was safe
Swearing these winds of change could not blow us away
But I learned I would pay for my mistakes
At a diner three miles outside
Of twin falls, Idaho late one night

Like a half ton of bricks I'm laid down by my sins
'Cause the temple where I used to pray
Is corrupt and profane, I blaspheme in her name
In a city where she's never been
At least I have her name on my lips
Kept her hand right on her gun
And she cursed when she was done
With her breath hot on my neck
Whispered "Something to remember me, my love"

She washed across the Northern Planes
Like a storm with no name, she was gone in three days
How I wish she stayed to rain on me
Ooh, and I thought I was safe
Swearing these winds of change could not blow us away
But I learned I would pay for my mistakes
At a diner three miles outside
Of twin falls, Idaho late one night

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