Black Country Rock

Album: The Man Who Sold The World (1970)
  • Pack a pack horse and rest up here on
    Black country rock
    You never know, you might find it here on
    Black country rock

    Pack a pack horse and rest up here on
    Black country rock
    You never know, you might find it here on
    Black country rock

    Some say the view is crazy
    But you may adopt another point of view
    So if it's much too hazy
    You can leave my friend and me with fond adieu

    Pack a pack horse and rest up here on
    Black country rock
    You never know, you might find it here on
    Black country rock

    Pack a pack horse and rest up here on
    Black country rock
    You never know, you might find it here on
    Black country rock

    Some say the view is crazy
    But you may adopt another point of view
    So if it's much too hazy
    You can leave my friend and me with fond adieu

    Some say the view is crazy
    But you may adopt another point of view
    So if it's much too hazy
    You can leave my friend and me with fond adieu, ah Writer/s: DAVID BOWIE
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, TINTORETTO MUSIC
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