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Rocky Roads

(Bob Nolan)

 

 

Sing along with the Sons of the Pioneers

 

Seems that I was born to tote a heavy load

And ride the rocky road forever.

But itís down the rocky road that true friends stand

And travel hand in hand together.

 

A golden sun in the sky,

A silver cloud rolliní by,

They make me feel like I should be

Where rocky roads are calling me.

I donít know where I am bound,

 I know I wonít settle down

Just like a seed the wild wind sowed.

Iíll just pack my saddle

And my pony Iíll straddle

And go ridiní down that rocky road.

 

Guess Iíll be a rover like Iíve always been.

I know it ainít no sin to travel.

Never want a cottage or a kingís abode,

Just let the rocky road unravel.

 

A golden sun in the sky,

A silver cloud rolliní by,

They make me feel like I should be

Where rocky roads are calling me.

I donít know where I am bound,

 I know I wonít settle down

Just like a seed the wild wind sowed.

Iíll just pack my saddle

And my pony Iíll straddle

And go ridiní down that rocky road.

 

 

 

 

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