Palomino is the fifth album by the Duluth, Minnesota based band Trampled by Turtles. It was released on April 13, 2010, through their record label, Banjodad Records. The album reached on the US Billboard bluegrass chart, and maintained a Top 10 position there for 52 consecutive weeks. All songs on Palomino were written by Dave Simonett, except for New Son/Burnt Iron, which was written by Erik Berry, and Sounds Like a Movie, which was written by Dave Carroll
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This is a dreamy, softly-sung ballad. The song title is not mentioned in the lyrics and the meaning behind it is unknown. Palomino" was previously known as "Welcome to the Edge" during album recording sessions and featured a completely different set of lyrics.