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Melody Time

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Melody Time

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Melody Time

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It's time to swing along

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To a happy land of sound

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Where love is the thing

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Melody Time

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It's time for sweet romance

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Won 't you give your heart a chance

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To join in and sing?

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Take a tip from the birds You don 't need words

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For music has charm

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It's the language of love

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When your love's in your arms

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Rhythm and rhyme

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Sure help a heart along

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So come on and sing a song

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It's Melody Time

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It's Melody Time

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It's Melody Time, time to hitch your wagon to a song,

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as a song is the one and only thing

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that will take you to the land where music is king.

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So join in the fun. There's something here for everyone.

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You'll find rhythm, romance, reason, rhyme,

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something ridiculous. Something sublime!

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You can 't go wrong if you swing along Come to thejubilee

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It's Melody Time

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The memory of wintertime long ago,

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of clear, crisp air and new-fallen snow,

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of frost on a windowpane, of sleigh-bells heard from the lane.

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In this wonderland, romance is the theme,

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for this is the story of love's young dream.

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Don 't you kind of love December

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When the merry snowbells chime?

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We're together

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Once upon a wintertime

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Every single snowflake falling

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Plays a jingle down your spine

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Lovely weather

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Once upon a wintertime

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On the frozen pond, folks are swaying

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Sweetheart, who cares?

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We'll have more fun sleighing

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Behind two chestnut mares

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When we say, ''Goodbye, December, ''

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Merry bells no longer chime

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We'll remember

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Once upon a wintertime

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Don 't you kind of love December

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When the merry snowbells chime?

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We're together Once upon a wintertime

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Every single snowflake falling

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Plays a jingle down your spine

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Here we are together, lovely weather Once upon a wintertime

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Jingle bells, jingle all the way

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On the frozen pond, folks are swaying

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Sweetheart, who cares?

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We'll have more sleighing

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Behind two chestnut mares

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When we say, ''Goodbye, December, ''

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Merry bells no longer chime

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We'll remember Once upon a wintertime

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Remember December Once upon a wintertime

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On the frozen pond, folks are swaying

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Sweetheart, who cares?

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We'll have more fun sleighing

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Behind two chestnut mares

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When we say, "Goodbye, December,"

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Merry bells no longer chime

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We'll remember

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Once upon a wintertime

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Freddy Martin, an admirer of the classics,

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inspired by Rimsky-Korsakov's Flight of the Bumble Bee,

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interprets this fantasy in his unique style.

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In a furious flight, a confused character tries to escape

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from the hectic harmony of an instrumental nightmare.

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In American folklore, mighty men have left the symbols of their greatness.

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There was Paul Bunyan's axe.

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John Henry's hammer.

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Davy Crockett's rifle.

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Then, unexpectedly, one comes upon a tinpot hat,

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a bag of appleseed and a holy book.

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These are the symbols of one of the mightiest men of all,

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John Chapman, a real-life pioneer.

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However, reality has given way to legend.

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Today, we know him simply as Johnny Appleseed.

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This is his story, told by an old settler who knew Johnny well.

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Listen.

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Every time I see an apple-blossom sky, I think of Johnny Appleseed.

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Them clouds up there ain't really clouds at all, no, sir!

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There wouldn't be no apple-blossom sky if it weren't for...

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But now, hold on here. I'd better start at the beginning.

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Johnny lived on a farm near Pittsburgh.

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The year was 1 806 or there around.

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You'd say Johnny Appleseed never would make a pioneer,

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he was such a scrawny little fellow.

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That didn't faze Johnny.

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He had his apple trees, the morning sun and the evening breeze.

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The Lord is good to me

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So I thank the Lord For giving me the things I need

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The sun and rain and apple seed

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Yes, he's been good to me

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I owe the Lord so much For everything I see

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If it weren 't for him There'd be no apples on this limb

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He's been good to me

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Here am I 'neath the blue sky Doing as I please

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Singing with my feathered friends

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Humming with the bees

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I wake up every day As happy as can be

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Because, with his care, My apple trees will still be there

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The Lord is good to me

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Working, singing, carefree and gay, that's how Johnny spent each day,

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attending to his apple trees.

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But, lately,Johnny would feel a stir in the air.

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The rumbling, rolling beat of restless men with restless feet.

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Get on a wagon rolling west Out to the great unknown

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Get on a wagon rolling west Or you'll be left alone

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We've made a home before We're starting now again

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We ain 't afeared of man or beast We're strong and hardy men

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So, get on a wagon rolling west Seeking a land that's new

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So, get on a wagon rolling west There's plenty of room for you

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Get on a wagon rolling west Out to the great unknown

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Get on a wagon rolling west Or you'll be left alone

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The rivers may be wide The mountains may be tall

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But nothing stops the pioneer We're trailblazers all

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Get on a wagon rolling west Out to the great unknown,,,

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Get on a wagon rolling west

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Or you'll be left alone

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Poor Johnny. He weren't no pioneer and he knowed it.

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It was all just pretend.

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Those going west to build this nation made picking apples look useless.

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Well, that's when a miracle happened.

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- What's holding you?... - ..Says a voice.

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Go on. Go on out west if that's your choice.

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Well, it was an angel, Johnny's own private guardian angel.

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He looks mighty queer to you and me,

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but that's just the way John figured he'd be.

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Well, speak up, boy. Don't stand there gawking.

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- Unlock your jaw and get talking. - Yes, sir!

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Why don't I go west?

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I ain't got the muscle or the breadth of chest.

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There it's the strong men who survive and I'm the puniest fella alive.

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Shame to you,Johnny!

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You've got faith, courage and a level head.

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But shucks. You see, sir, all I know is apple trees.

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What's wrong with apples, if you please? Ain't they the finest fruit?

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Shoot, man! They take the cake!

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Just think of all the things that apples make.

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There's apple pickles...

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Tasty apple tarts, apple pastry, apple dumplings

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- Not to mention,,, -Apple sass?

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Apple fritters light as thistle

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And for folks to wet their whistle Tangy apple cider

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- Stew, fry, boil, bake 'em -Apple pie and apple cake 'em

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You can cook them any way

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Apple this, apple that Recipes to fill your hat

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I could carry on like this all day

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So pack your stuff and get going Get them apple trees growing

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There's a lot of work out there to do

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There's a lot of work to do

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Yes, sir! I mean, no, sir.

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You see, sir, I ain't got none of the things I'll need out there.

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You ain't got...?

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Boy, I'm ashamed of you! You've got the stuff to see you through.

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You've got the seeds you're needing, and for good reading,

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there ain 't nothing finer than your book

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Here's a handy bonnet, even got a handle on it.

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Turn it upside down and you can cook

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So, come on, get going Get them apple trees growing

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There's a lot of work out there to do

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There's a lot of work to do!

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Well, that's how it all began.

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That's how Johnny, all alone, set out to meet the great unknown.

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It was a mighty big, fierce place for a man to face.

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A little man, and all alone,

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without no knife, without no gun.

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Though the forest is dark and wide,

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with fearsome critters on every side,

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Johnny just kept walking on.

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He walked until he found a spot of open ground

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with fertile soil and warm breeze, a likely place for apple trees.

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The varmints couldn't know if John was friend or foe.

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Some took off in sudden flight.

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And some got set to claw and bite.

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If Johnny saw them, he paid no heed, just got busy planting apple seed.

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Varmints came from everywhere to watch him digging there.

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Didn't like what they were seeing, didn't trust no human being.

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That ornery human had to go. But who was going to tell him so?

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Not a soul could answer that till there came a black and white cat.

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He weren't too bright but he didn't care.

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He knowed he had a certain air about him.

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Well, sir, that done it.

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The critters had never seen that, the likes of a human liking that cat.

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Why, this little man had busted every precedent.

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He was the very first to come without no knife, without no gun.

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And so it was, from that time on, every varmint was a friend to John.

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They surely was.

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The Lord is good to me

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And so I thank the Lord For giving me the things I need

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The sun and rain and apple seed Yes, he is good to me

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As time went by, Johnny kept planting his apple trees

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and making friends everywhere.

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His best friends were the pioneers, for he was planting more than trees.

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He was planting his own boundless faith and courage.

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That gave folks new heart, new hope in the job they had to do.

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As more pioneers came to push back the forest,

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the kindly deeds of Johnny Appleseed

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spread throughout the land.

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More than once, with a good jubilee,

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folks would honour Johnny Appleseed

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and the fruit of the apple tree.

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Come out to the right of the ring. Inside arch.

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Ain't gonna rain, got no thunder.

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First and third, follow swing. Come out of the ring.

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I'll swing yours and you swing mine. I'll swing my girl.

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Go straight to a do-si-do kicking out dough.

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A little bit of roll, home we go.

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If John was passing, he'd mosey over and look in on the doings.

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It tickled him how the fruit of his labours brought folks together.

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Now, duck for the apple.

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Thank you, son. Apple core!

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Bite that apple to the core.

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Ready now. Men left with the left hand.

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Back to your partner

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Whirl them right, whirl them wrong, right then left. Apple core!

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Look at the pretty girl's eye once more.

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Come and get it! The table's set!

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It's all waiting to be ate. Come and get it!

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- Apple pickle. - Mighty tasty.

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- Apple butter. - Apple pastry.

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- Apple dumplings. - Like some apple sass?

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Johnny brought folks a heap of happiness.

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He wasn't looking for thanks. Didn't have time for it.

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He knowed a man can't rest

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if he aims to plant the wilderness in apple trees.

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So for more than 40 years,John walked and planted that old frontier.

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40 years of walking and planting.

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In that space of two score year,

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this little man throwed his shadow clear across the land,

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across 1 00,000 miles square.

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In that shadow everywhere, he left his blessings three.

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God and faith

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And the apple tree

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For sleeping, you take the cake. Get up.

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- We've a long trip to make. - Why, Mr Angel, howdy do?

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- I'm fine. And how be you? - I'm fine.Just feeling...

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Who's that, sleeping in the dusk?

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- That's just your mortal husk. - My husk?

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You mean to say I'm... I'm passed away?

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I just can't go! Got crops to harvest, seeds to sow.

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Now, now, now, hold on, boy!

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Down here on earth, your work is through.

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But yonder, well, we need you,Johnny.

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Yep, we sure do.

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You think we have most all we please, but we ain't.

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We're kind of short on apple trees.

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Well, I swan!

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I didn't know. What are we waiting for? Come on, let's go!

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We're wasting time, let's get going Get them apple trees growing

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There's a lot of work up there to do

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There's a lot of work to do!

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Now you know why, whenever I see that certain sky,

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I think of little John.

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If you recall, them clouds ain't really clouds at all.

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They're apple blossoms if you please

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from John's heavenly orchard of apple trees.

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And some day there'll be apples there

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For everyone in the world to share

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The Lord is good to me!

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There's drama, excitement and harmony for three

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in this story of adventure on the sea.

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Featured in this epic is a ship of proud design.

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It's not this ocean liner, we take a different line.

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With a huff, a puff, a chug-chug-chug and a perky little hoot,

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we introduce our hero, the tugboat, Little Toot.

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Little Toot was just a tug A happy harbour tug

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He came from a line of tugboats fine and brave

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But it seems that Little Toot Simply didn 't give a hoot

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Though he tried to be good He never could behave

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Heave-ho, my lad! I'm a big toot just like my dad

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Pull big boats with a yo-heave-ho And away we go

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Chug-a-chug-chug-chug

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He made the ocean liners wait While he made a figure 8

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With the greatest of ease He cut through the seas

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He went too far one day He slid in Big Toot's way

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And it wasn 't a joke For it nearly broke Big Toot's pride

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Won 't you ever grow up, Little Toot?

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Won 't you ever grow up, Little Toot?

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When there's work to be done All you think of is fun

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Won 't you ever grow up, Little Toot?

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Little Toot had quite a scare

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He decided then and there

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That he'd try to be good As good as he could be

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So when his dad came puffing slow

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With a mighty ship in tow

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Little Toot went to help him Take it out to sea

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Heave-ho, my lad! I'm a big toot just like my dad

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Push big boats with a yo-heave-ho! And away we go!

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Chug-a-chug-chug-chug

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Won 't you ever grow up, Little Toot?

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Won 't you ever grow up, Little Toot?

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When you get into trouble

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You get into it double

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Won 't you ever grow up, Little Toot?

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What a shame, what a shame

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You've disgraced your father's name

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Won 't you ever grow up

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Little Toot?

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1 2 MILE LIMIT

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Bad boy!

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Shame!

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Too bad!

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He was drifting all around When a storm came crashing down

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In the billowing sea he tossed

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He was filled with fear He knew the rocks were near

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With the waves in pursuit Little Toot knew all was lost

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Then he saw a rocket's flare Bursting in the air

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And he suddenly knew That he must do or die

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A ship was in distress As he puffed an SOS

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He raced to the rescue Of the ship nearby

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Try!

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Do or die!

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It seems you've grown up, Little Toot Toot toot!

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You're a brave You're a brave Little Toot

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Can 't you hear that cheering crowd? You have made your daddy proud

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You are now a big toot, Little Toot

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Yes, you're now a great big toot, Little Toot!

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There's poetry in trees. Then one day a poet found it.

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Then a music master wove around it a melody.

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An artist touched it, gave it form in colours rich and warm.

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Now we bring to you these three, poem, picture, melody.

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A simple tribute to a tree.

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I think that I shall never see

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A poem lovely as a tree

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A tree whose hungry mouth is pressed

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Against the earth 's sweet flowing breast

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A tree that looks at God all day

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And lifts her leafy arms to pray

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A tree that may in summer wear

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A nest of robins in her hair

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Upon whose bosom snow has lain

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Who intimately lives with rain

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Poems are made

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By fools like me

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But only God

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Can make a tree

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With the intoxicating rhythm of the samba,

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we serve up a musical cocktail with true Latin American flavour.

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If three boisterous birds of a feather

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fall under the influence of this tropical tempo,

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don't blame them, blame it on the rhythm of the samba.

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If your spirits have hit a new low

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And they long to hit a new high

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One little musical cocktail

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Will lift them to the sky

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Mix a jigger of rhythm

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With the strain of a few guitars

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Add a dash of the samba

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And a few melodious bars

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And then,,,

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And then,,,

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You take a spark of bossa

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One fandero

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Take a wiggle

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You've got the fascinating rhythm of the samba

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And if guitars are strumming Birds are humming

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Drums are drumming Then blame it on the samba

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It's the beat you cling to The type of song you sing to

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The kind of thing you swing to With the beat in your feet

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When you're bouncing to the beat you're reeling

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With the carioca feeling

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But if you want to hit the ceiling Here is all you have to do

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You take a spark of bossa

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One fandero

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Take a wiggle

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You've got the fascinating rhythm of the samba

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Here's a tall tale, just the way the old timers used to tell them.

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Pecos Bill was the roughest, toughest shootingest cowpoke that ever lived.

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Any story about Pecos is bound to be strong medicine.

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Maybe it's best to sashay into it gently.

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Shades of night are falling

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As the wind begins to sigh

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And the world is silhouetted

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Against the sky

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Blue shadows on the trail

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Blue moon shining through the trees

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And the plaintive wail from the distance

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Comes a-drifting

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On the evening breeze

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Move along, blue shadows!

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Move along!

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Soon the dawn will come

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And you'll be on your way

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But until the darkness sheds its veil

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There'll be blue shadows

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On the trail

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Move along, blue shadows

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Move along

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Move along

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Soon the dawn will come

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And you'll be on your way

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On your way

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But until the darkness sheds its veil

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There'll be blue shadows

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On the trail

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Shadows on the trail

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Uncle Roy, what makes the wolves howl like that?

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Wolves? Those are coyotes.

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Yes, Bobby's right. They howl when the moon is bright.

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- Why? - That's quite a story.

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- Cowboys in it? - Yes, sirree.

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- Indians, too? - Could be two or three.

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Mostly this story's about Pecos Bill.

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Pecos Bill? Who's he?

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- Never heard of Pecos Bill? - Imagine!

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I thought everybody knows Pecos.

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Bill was the world's greatest buckaroo.

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The roughest, toughest critter Never was a quitter

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Cos he never had no fear for man or beast

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Pecos Bill was...

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Easy, Trigger, I won't forget his horse, Widowmaker.

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- Widowmaker? - That's a funny name.

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That horse earned it, just the same.

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- A killer. - Dynamite.

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Widowmaker was Bill's best pal.

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Until along came that beautiful prairie gal.

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- Shucks, a woman! - But what a woman.

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She was fresh as the dew

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On a prairie rose

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A true thoroughbred

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From her head to her toes

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That there was Slue Foot Sue

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Sweet Sue

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I'd rather hear about the coyotes.

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You started to say...

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Why coyotes howl at the moon that way?

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You're right. It all fits together. You can't tell one without the other.

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The story of Bill and that gal is the story of why coyotes howl.

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I'm getting to the details now.

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Here on the map of the old US,

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completely surrounded by wilderness, lies Texas.

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- There are some other states. - Like Wyoming.

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- Milwaukee. - Long Island South.

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Down Texas way, a river flows. Where it comes from nobody knows.

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Down Texas way, a river flows. Where it comes from nobody knows.

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Where it's going, don't no one care. Just glad it's leaving there.

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- The Pecos River. - Pure alkali.

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- Naturally mean water. - The buzzards won't even touch it.

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Into this fertile garden spot came a prairie cart.

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There was Ma and Pa and 1 6 brats,

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- four hound dogs. - And a couple of cats.

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- Going west looking for elbow room. - Sure could use some of the same.

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Crossing the river bed, something fell out on to his head.

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They didn't even know he was gone.

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The wagon just kept rolling along.

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It was Bill, poor little critter.

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Homeless as a poker chip.

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Along came night and a prairie moon

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Old Ma Coyote a-hurrying home

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She was due for a shock at herjourney's end

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The stork had delivered a dividend

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- One more than usual! - It had never happened before.

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Probably one of them new-fangled models.

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- Bill looked up and grinned - Shucks!

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Ma 's old heart just caved in

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Bill saw that he needn 't fear He'd staked himself a claim here

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Headed straight for the chuck wagon.

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Bill was hungrier than a woodpecker with a headache.

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It followed as natural fact

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that Bill growed up with that coyote pack.

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He soon became the top hand in a way they all could understand.

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Little Bill couldn't rest till he'd proved himself the best.

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He studied other varmints, too, then showed them a trick or two.

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Outloped the antelope.

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Outjumped the jackrabbit.

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Bill even outhissed the rattlesnake.

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Then one day

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Across the burning sand

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A stranger came

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To the Pecos land

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The usual committee Was there today

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To welcome their guest

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In the usual way

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Fifty to one weren't no fair fight,

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but one plus Bill made it just about right.

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Well, it was the beginning of a beautiful friendship.

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They stuck together like warts on a toad, like birds of a feather.

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When Bill growed up, of course,

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he chose a career to suit him and his horse.

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Yep, Bill became a rootin', tootin' cowboy.

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Pecos Bill was quite a cowboy down in Texas

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The western superman, to say the least

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The roughest, toughest critter Never was a quitter

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Cos he never had no fear of man nor beast

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So yippee aye-ay, aye-ay! Yippee aye-o!

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For the toughest critter west of the Alamo

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So yippee aye-ay!

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Yippee aye-o!

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Once, a drought spread all over Texas,

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so to sunny Californy he did go.

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Though the gag is corny He brought rain from Californy

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That's the way we got the Gulf of Mexico

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So yippee aye-ay aye-ay! Yippee aye-yo!

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For the toughest critter west of the Alamo

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Once a band of rustlers stole a herd of cattle

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but they didn't know it was Bill's.

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When he caught them villains, Pecos knocked out all their fillings.

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That's why there's gold in them hills.

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So yippee aye-ay! Yippee aye-o!

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For the toughest critter west of the Alamo

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Pecos lost his way

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- While travelling on the desert - Water!

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It was 90 miles across the burning sand

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Water!

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He knew he'd never reach the border

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- Water! - If he didn 't get some water

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Water!

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So he got a stick and dug the Rio Grande

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While a tribe of painted Indians did a war dance

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Pecos started shooting up their little game

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He gave them such a shake-up They jumped out from their make-up

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That's how the Painted Desert got its name

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So yippee aye-ay aye-o!

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For the toughest critter west of the Alamo

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Reclining on a cloud high over Texas,

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with his gun, he made the stars evaporate.

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He saw the stars declining, so he left one brightly shining

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as the emblem of the lone star Texas state.

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So yippee aye-ay, aye-ay! Yippee aye-o!

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Them was happy days for Bill and that horse.

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Looked like nothing could come between them.

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Then it happened.

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Bill was happy that day, killing time in his carefree way,

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inventing the one-man rodeo and butting heads with the buffalo.

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Poor Bill, happy as a hog in a turnip patch and then,

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Old Man Fate started dealing from the bottom of the deck.

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Down the stream came Slue Foot Sue, all her charms revealed to view.

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Like something from a dream, the first woman Bill's ever seen.

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She was strange.

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- Unusual. - Yeah, but powerfully stimulating.

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Like a slug of rye on an empty stomach.

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Give him a right peculiar feeling, set his senses reeling,

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with a pounding inside his ears like the galloping of steers.

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His chest was churning

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His brain was burning with a fire that could only be cooled...

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In the beckoning depths Of two blue limpid pools

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Yep, l'amour had come to Pecos Bill.

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Widowmaker was puzzled. Looked like trouble to him.

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He sure was right.

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Bill was busy inventing courting, western style.

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He arranged for the moon

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To risejust right

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And flood the land

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With a silvery light

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Ordered the stars

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In heaven above

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To form a token

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Of undying love

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Then across the sky

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In words of fire

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Bill told sweet Sue

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Of his own heart's desire

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Sweet Sue

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I love you

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Sue named the wedding day but Bill had a price to pay.

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Sue wanted a bustle, the finest, of course,

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and she aimed to be wedded riding Bill's horse.

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Sue got her bustle and it was classy.

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Put the finishing touch on her chassis.

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That happy blushing bride was busting with girlish pride.

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But Bill had promised her a ride on Widowmaker.

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Would that horse let Sue ride?

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Here comes the answer. Fit to be tied!

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- Widowmaker was irritated. - But that didn't bother Sue.

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She walked up to his side, touched his bristling hide.

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With a flick of her bustle, Sue was aboard and sat for the tussle.

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The proceedings commenced forthwith.

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No doubt about it, that Sue was a regular female buckaroo.

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And then... that bustle.

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Underneath the frills and flounces, Sue developed plenty of bounces.

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More than she could handle.

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Then Sue took off like a Roman candle.

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That devilish contraption of steel and wire

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bounced the poor girl higher and higher.

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It was plain to the multitude that Sue was gaining altitude.

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Looked like she was a goner.

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But no! A ray of hope.

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Look! Bill and his trusty rope.

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He'd darned soon put a stop to this.

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Shucks. Bill was never known to miss.

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Bill was calm, confident. He built his loop with careless ease.

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He judged his distance, tested the breeze.

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Then a whirl and a twirl and a twist of the wrist, he let her go!

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But the champion missed!

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How it come to happen, nobody could figure out.

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She was off again on her heavenly flight.

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Up she went, clean out of sight.

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Till, far into space, this unfortunate maid

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finally come to the moon, and that's where she stayed.

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In the state of Texas, USA, life still goes on in the same old way.

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The Pecos River still flows on, but the greatest cowboy on earth is gone.

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Yeah, Bill went back to the coyotes, but he never forgot Sue.

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Every night when the moon was high,

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he'd lift his voice in a mournful cry,

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bewailing the fate of his lady fair,

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his long-lost love in the sky up there.

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So painful was his grief to see, the varmints joined in out of sympathy.

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That's how come, to this very day, coyotes howl at the moon that way.

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Move along, blue shadows

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Move along

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Move along

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Soon the dawn will come

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And you'll be on your way

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On your way

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But until the darkness sheds its veil

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There'll be blue shadows

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On the trail

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Shadows on the trail

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