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Welcome to the Spring

(Bob Nolan)

 

Sing along with the Sons of the Pioneers

 

When the prairie doves are winginí on the zephyrs of the wind,

And the lobo wolf is calliní where the timberline begins,

When the painted sunset fills the sky where stormy clouds have been,

Thatís the rolliní prairieís welcome to the spring.

Every trail I travel, they unravel leading me to you.

Sunlight beaminí, cowboy dreaminí,

Hope youíre dreaminí, too.

If the song I sing is answered from the purple mountainís rim,

Thatís the rolliní prairieís welcome to the spring.

 

Springtime is wedding ring time.

Cowboys on the roam turn their thoughts to home.

Yearning for his returning,

Someone waits beyond the mountainís dome.

 

Bob also wrote the following verse to the song ~

 

Each trail I travel, they unravel leading me to you.

Sunlight beaminí, cowboy dreaminí,

I hope youíre dreaminí, too.

If this song I sing is answered from the purple mountainís rim,

Thatís the rolliní prairieís welcome to the spring.

 

 

 

 

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