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One More Ride lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use
only, it's a fun to do up tempo country song recorded by Hank Snow.
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One More Ride Recorded by Hank Snow written by Bob Nolan
G D7 G One more ride
I long for the trip I don't need no grip I'm taking one more ride C Way out there in the prairie air I guess it's in my hide G D7 Oh the clickety clack of the railroad track is call-ing G If a man can know where the Santa Fe goes when she gets under steam C And the big loud bell that bongs farewell could hear her whistle scream G D7 G D7 G She's bound to go where there ain't no snow a fall-ing one more ride D7 G One more ride
I miss the gloom of the pale light moon that seemed to know my name C And the tumbleweeds where the prairie don't feed I miss them just the same G D7 They're all a part of a song of heart I'm sing-ing G I recall the tune that I sang to the moon and it seemed to make him smile C And I rode away at the close of the day and I stayed so long awhile G D7 G D7 G But I long to be where the memory is ring-ing one more ride D7 G One more ride
As the years go by I wonder why I longed to leave my home C And to hit the trail of the iron rail away out there alone G D7 But my heart would sigh till I know that I am leav-ing G If I don't come back on a one-way track way down in Mexico C You'll find me there or any old where that a tumbleweed will grow G D7 G D7 G So it's goodbye now you'll never know how I'm griev-ing one more ride D7 G One more ride
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