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Following in the tracks of fellow Canadians such as Neil Young and the Band, Blue Rodeo can teach those of us south of the border something about our own music. Diamond Mine, the quintet's second album, reverberates with the band members' extensive knowledge of American pop. Guitarists and songwriters Jim Cuddy and Greg Keelor invest their tunes and their performances with a wry spunkiness that counters the often bitter resignation of their lyrics. Their backwoods harmonies are as durable as… read more

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The woods eats the woman
And dumps her honey body in the mud
Her dress floats down the well
And it assumes the shape of the body of a little girl

Blue Rodeo - Diamond Mine Lyrics


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  • Lyrics on the side are incorrect.
  • Great song!
  • I have to think on this track...not their best...thanx, Gert
  • Dark and like all others have said incredible live!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! saw em in 90 and 93
  • In my view, Blue Rodeo are at their best when they do this kind of dark, moody stuff...
  • I don't particularly like the studio version but it is a definite highlight of their live shows.
  • I like! :)
  • Wow!
  • Amazing music..
  • Amazing song to see live. The guitar solos are crazy!

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