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The Last Resort


by Stereophonics. Buy album CD: Other Songs A - TH


She came from providence, the one in Rhode Island,
Were the old world shadows hang, heavy in the air,
She packed her hopes and dreams, like a refugee,
Just as her father came, across the sea,

She heard about a place, people were smiling,
And spoke about the red mans weight,
And how they loved the land,
They came from everywhere, to the great divide,
Seeking a place to stay, or a place to hide,

Down in the crowded bars, out for a good time,
Can't wait to tell you all, what it's like up there,
They called it paradise, I don't know why,
Somebody laid the mountains over,
While the tide got high,

Then the chimney winds blew down, across the dessert,
Through the canyons of the coast, to the Malibu,
Were the pretty people play, hungry for power,
To light their neon ways, giving things to do,
Some rich men came and wrecked the land, nobody caught him,
Put up a bunch of ugly boxes and Jesus people balling,
They called it paradise, the place to be,
We watched the hazy sun sinking in the sea,

We can leave it all behind, and sail to the higher,
Just like the missionaries did, so many years ago,
They even bought a neon sign, Jesus is coming,
He brought the white man's burden down,
He brought the white mans reign,

We will provide the grand design,
What is yours and what is mine,
Cause there is no more new frontier, we have got to make it here,
To satisfy our endless needs, and justify our bloody deeds,
In the name of destiny, and in the name of god,
And you can see them there, on Sunday morning,
Stand up and sing about, what it's like up there,
They called it paradise,
I don't know why, call some place paradise, kiss it goodbye
 



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Album: Other Songs A - TH Lyrics
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  1. Am I Really Here?
  2. Change changes things
  3. Half the lies you tell me ain’t true
  4. Have A Nice Day (Live Acoustic Version)
  5. Have wheels will travel
  6. Heart Of Gold (Live From York Grand Opera House)
  7. Help Me
  8. I Hope You're Happy
  9. I’m alright
  10. Is yesterday tomorrow
  11. Last Of The Big Time Drinker
  12. Long Way Round
  13. Longer
  14. Madam helga
  15. Madam Helga (live Glastonbury 2002)
  16. Mamma Told Me Not To Come
  17. Movie star
  18. Mr Writer (2nd December 2001 Tour Version)
  19. New Version Of Dakota
  20. Nice To Be Out (Live Acoustic Version)
  21. Nothing Compares To You
  22. Outside
  23. Postmen Do No Make Great Movie Heros Make
  24. Ra Ra Ra Ra-Ness
  25. Reel
  26. Robbie Williams - United
  27. Roll Up&Shine
  28. Royal flush
  29. Royal Flush (Mono Demo)
  30. Suprise
  31. The clichés are true
  32. The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face
  33. Watch Them Fly Sunday
  34. Who'll stop the rain (ccr cover)
  35. Yesterday, Tomorrow, Today
  36. An Audience With Mr. Nice
  37. Angie
  38. As Long As We Beat The English
  39. Buy Myself A Small Plane
  40. Call Me No 5
  41. Chris Chambers
  42. Don't Let Me Down
  43. Fiddlers Green
  44. You're My Star (Radio Edit)
  45. Heart Of Gold
  46. Home To Me
  47. How?
  48. I'm Only Sleeping
  49. In My Day
  50. Live Forever
  51. Mama Told Me Not To Come
  52. Traffic Remastered
  53. Maritim Belle Vue In Kiel
  54. Piano For A Stripper
  55. Poppy Day
  56. Positively 4th Street
  57. Postmen Do Not Great Movie Heroes Make
  58. Raymond's Shop
  59. Revolution
  60. Something In The Way
  61. Sometimes
  62. Substitute
  63. Summertime
  64. Sunny Afternoon
  65. Surprise
  66. The Last Resort
  67. The Old Laughing Lady

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