Somewhere over the rainbow,
where I don't know,
lies happiness abundant,
many hope that it's redundant.
Finding a rainbow can equal zero,
so flows the eyes of the hero.
I got over happiness long ago,
no such animal that I know.
Blue road in on a black stallion,
no luck with the lotto million.
Up keeping a life of chances,
many gamble with its romances.
Herded in a golden stable,
I grab my saddle cause I'm able.
There's no puzzle to the break in,
after the tough ride forget the faking.
Out on the hot desert prairie,
the weight of a body is hard to carry.
Wild horses run free in batch,
aching legs will fight to catch.