"Happy Trails" as written by and Dale Evans....
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Bom-ba-dee-da-Bom-ba-dee-da
Happy trails to you,
Until we meet again,
Happy trails to you,
Keep smiling on til then
Who ( Oooh ) cares about the clouds when we're together
Just ( Aaah ) sing a song an' think bout sunny weather
...two...three
Happy trails to you,
Til we meet again


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"Happy Trails" as written by Dale Evans

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    General CommentThe only thing I have to say is that VH should have NEVER EVER covered this song (or Big Bad Bill).
    bubbleboy_619on May 26, 2006   Link
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    General Commentfirst time I heard this song, I almost burst out laughing
    wouldn't have been a good idea, on a crowded bus while wearing headphones
    crazydiamond1to9on December 25, 2006   Link
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    General CommentA class way to end an albums and live shows.
    From Wikipedia...
    "Happy Trails" by Dale Evans Rogers is a theme song for the 1950s television show starring Roy Rogers and Dale Evans Rogers, always sung over the end credits of the program. The first verse of the song was later covered by Van Halen on their 1982 album, Diver Down, and was usually the way the band would end live performances they did with their first lead singer, David Lee Roth. It was played on the 1993 debut album of bluegrass band Nickel Creek, back when they were children.
    happytrailson April 11, 2007   Link
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    General CommentGotta admit that "Diver Down" isn't really one of their best albums. It has lots of those short songs like, "Catherdal", "Intruder", "Happy Trails", and I don't remember if anymore.

    But the only song on "Diver Down" I like is, "Where Have All The Good Times Gone!".
    Pink_Floyd_fanon June 19, 2007   Link
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    General CommentIt's a fun song for the end of the show. They used to play this at bars during closing time fairly frequently. Once the "Closing Time" song came out, that was about it for this one.
    Pirtyfool22on August 09, 2007   Link

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