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Riding Along Singing A Song
lyrics and chords 

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Riding Along Singing A Song
Recorded by Hank Snow
Written by Bobby Gregory
[3/4 time]

C F C
I was a fool to leave the west
G7 C G7
I was a fool to ro-am
C F C
All of my pals are in the west
D7 G7
And now I’m heading back for home

C C7
Riding along singing a song
F Fm
Back to the range where I belong
C G7
It’s heavenly to me
C C7
Sage is in bloom spreading perfume
F Fm
Soon I’ll be back under the moon
C G7 C
With the one who waits for me

F C
Get along you tired little pony
F C G7
Get along let’s hurry home
C C7
Over the hills down by the stream
F Fm
Soon I’ll be back once more to dream
C G7 C
Back in my prairie home

Repeat #3

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