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Coyote's Serenade

(Bob Nolan)

 

Sing Along with the Sons of the Pioneers

 

Lone coyote whining, his heart is pining

When he goes, “Oo-ooo-ooo.”

 

Night shadows glow, moon’s hanging low,

The stage and the setting are made.

One silhouette, a sigh of regret,

That’s part of a heart and the start of a strange serenade.

 

Lone coyote whining, his heart is pining

When he goes, “Oo-ooo-ooo.”

Wild eyes that glisten, keen ears that listen.

He hears an “oo-ooo-ooo.”

 

Come from his dearie,

Mournful and dreary.

She’s only saying she loves him by stars above him

When she goes, “Oo-ooo-ooo.”

 

 

 

 

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