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SUPERSTITION GOLD (SINGLE)

SUPERSTITION GOLD

 

Superstition Gold Album

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SUPERSTITION GOLD (SINGLE)

Jacob Waltz was the name, a pioneer of sorts,
a German mining immigrant, he'd seen so many ports.
The old Dutchman from far away, was looking for his future,
made his haj to Arizona country, GOLD was the lure. . . and he was

Got a map from an Indian, purchased with his soul.
He'd use his skills to strike it rich, and pick for the ancient GOLD.
Treasures of the Killer Mountains, the town's people would say,
so much GOLD, even his closest friend would betray. . . cause they were

Most believe the fortune is Spanish, or an Apache stronghold.
And there's a curse on anyone, who looks for SUPERSTITION  GOLD.
But Waltz left a couple of clues, search round Weaver's Needle.
"And GOLD is where you find it," he said.  I wish it was just that simple. .
and he was
 
CHORUS
Looking for SUPERSTITION  GOLD. . .
Trying to find the motherlode.
Tales of Lost Dutchman's mine and Gods of Thunder.
A legend born by the dying prospector.
A vein of truth, lies, or GOLD.
Is it real, or just a story told?

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