Gold Dust

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Gold Dust

Back in forty-nine
My Sierra claim went dry
Packed my pans
Shook no hands
Didn’t even say goodbye
Heard ‘bout a stike
Near a place that I don’t like
Should I go?
I don’t know

Ridin’ in the rain
With a northbound wagon train
Sold my horse
With no remorse
Need a drink to kill the pain
There ain’t no road
Leadin’ to the Mother Lode
Should I go?
I don’t know

Four shades of mud
Whiskey colored blood
Lookin’ for some dust in my bowl
Back bent in pain
I’m lookin’ for the vein
Gold is the color of my soul

Tendin’ bar in Jackson Hole
After quittin’ Idaho
Made some cash
Grabbed my stash
Deadwood – there I go
I hope to find
A claim to placer mine
Should I go?
I don’t know

Weighin’ all I pan
And drinkin’ all I can
The sometimes
I save two dimes
To pay for some whore’s hand
Forty ain’t so old
Unless you’re chasin’ gold
Should I go?
I don’t know

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from A Good Ghost, track released January 3, 2011

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Dog Without Warning is a SF Bay Area Band consisting of Kevin Costa, Dustin Miller, Tom Fields, Jeremy Beck and Mike Tuciarone. They record and play original rock music that makes them happy.

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