There's a big race down in Dallas
Don't you wish that you were there?
You could bet your bottom dollar
On that iron gray mare
I had a black horse named Delilah
And I raised her on the farm
There was thunder, there was lightning
On the day Stewball was born

Why don'cha bet on Stewball?
She might win, win, win
Bet on Stewball
She might win
Bet on Stewball
She might win, win, win
Bet on Stewball
She might win

So I sold all my possesions
And I headed for the town
I brought Stewball here to Dallas
And I layed my money down

Why don'cha bet on Stewball?
She might win, win, win
Bet on Stewball
She might win
Why don'cha bet on Stewball?
She might win, win, win
Bet on Stewball
She might win

All the children, they a-laughin'
And the women, they a-cryin'
All the menfolk are a-hollerin'
Ol' Stewball, she's a-flyin'

Why don'cha bet on Stewball?
She might win, win, win
Bet on Stewball
She might win

[Repeat 3x]


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