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Stardog Champion lyrics

San Francisco, where the flowers bloom in spring
I said, fade to winter - and see what disease brings
Augustino, with his eyes once a shining sea
I said he's half a shadow - God don't let that be me
I'm a Stardog Champion

West Virginia, that's where my father lies
He was a wartime hero, the kind that money buys
It's a diamond bracelet, for my mommy's memory
That's all she wrote boy - that's all she wrote for me

I'm a Stardog Champion
I'm a Stardog
That's right

And the children
They used to sing of love
With Grace
From the Lord above
I said the children they used to sing out loud
Sing it loud

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