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Loner's Passage to The West

Written By: Joel Schueler

Verse 1

Through these days of worry and hiatus,
All I think about’s when I’ll next see her.
Ain’t there nothing that this man can do?
Here’s my calling to the ocean blue.

Chorus 1

She’s a diamond of the West,
And it’s me who’ll Love her best,
We shall settle in a golden paradise.

Verse 2

This lonesome man shuffled his feet,
He whistled to the piper’s melody.
Then the boozer and the clerk paid a visit,
One look, they hung their heads in despair.

Chorus 2

They were travellers from the East,
And they had no time to weep,
They said: ‘Take the Loner’s Passage to the West.’

Verse 3

So the men, they continued their speech,
‘Why hang your head for a target you can’t reach?’
The listener looked on with eased dismay,
For his favourite gal was still so far away.

Chorus 3

A face of glee – he tried,
But no money for the ride,
‘So for now I’ll stay right here by the tide.’

Verse 4

Met a man from the valleys; he briefed:
‘If you wanna die with courage, come with me.’
We drove on like fork lightning through the hills.
He said, ‘stop your worries boy, enjoy the thrills.’

Chorus 4

‘You will see her again,
But forget her til then,
I’m sure she’ll Love you like any woman can.’

Repeat Chorus 1

She’s a diamond of the West,
And it’s me who’ll Love her best,
We shall settle in a golden paradise.