High in Wyoming (160 Horses)

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woke up this mornin-
sun was in the south
your lips upon my lips your smile upon my mouth
daylight broke like a dusty rose
or someone’s easy laughter
a hundred & sixty horses
shook the ceilin, shook the rafters
I will live no more forever for the better half of never for the better half of nothin’ to fall down at my feet we’ll find forever somewhere High In Wyoming
say our prayers in Absaroka we ain’t scared of anything
it was cold this mornin’
like a hundred winters bloomin like every norther knew when
all the others were rendezvou(s)in’
but the coffee’s brewin
& ponderosa pine sparks smell
like they know it’s cold out there,
but them horses won’t feed themselves
& i will live no more forever on the better half of never, on the better half of nothin’ to fall down at my feet we’ll find forever somewhere high in wyomin’
name our children Annie Oakley, Billie Holiday & Butch Cassidy

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from Rosas y Mesteños, released March 27, 2016

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An American Forrest is a western american storyteller and guitar picker from the conifer forests of Western Washington and Northern Idaho.

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