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Saddle Your Worries to the Wind

(Bob Nolan)

 

Sing along with the Sons of the Pioneers

 

The sun’ll shine much brighter than he’s ever shone before

If you’ll saddle your worries to the wind.

Your happy heart will be your wealth, you’ll never ask for more,

If you’ll saddle your worries to the wind.

You’ll see the dark clouds vanish when the prairie breezes blow

And blue skies shine above you everywhere you go.

So get along, old-timer, there’s a better range ahead

If you'll saddle your worries to the wind.

 

 

Some folks live and worry all their whole lives through

But I found out that isn’t quite the thing to do.

So listen, Pal, to me


And surely you’ll agree.

 

The sun’ll shine much brighter than he’s ever shone before

If you’ll saddle your worries to the wind.

Your happy heart will be your wealth, you’ll never ask for more,

If you’ll saddle your worries to the wind.

You’ll see the dark clouds vanish when the prairie breezes blow

And blue skies shine above you everywhere you go.

So get along, old-timer, there’s a better range ahead

If you'll saddle your worries to the wind.

 

You’ll see the dark clouds vanish when the prairie breezes blow

And blue skies shine above you everywhere you go.

So get along, old-timer, there’s a better range ahead

If you'll saddle your worries to the wind.

 

NB: Bob wrote another verse to the song:

 

Dusty trails I’ve traveled everywhere they wend;

Crossroad trails, I wonder where they all will end.

I don’t much care and so,

I sing because I know….

 

 

 

 

More about this song.

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For permission to record Bob Nolan's music, contact: The Songwriter’s Guild of America