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Star Black (WIP)

I have heard and seen a lot of Western in America
But I never know we had a natural in Antigua

I have seen and heard a lot of Western in America
But I never know we had a natural in Antigua

The thing the fella does do well he amaze me
I can’t believe to meself that he ain’t damn crazy
The other day I see he running down a lady
Some school children following he
And they singing a melody
(hear dem)
‘Star Black the ranger in town
Clear the way the man coming down
With a long gun belt dragging on the ground
Clear the way when a man dead he done
Clear de way when a man dead he done
Clear de way
Clear de way

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