"Don't Tell Me My Mind" as written by and Bruce Woodley....
I'll ramble far and wide
But who knows where I'll be
Walking down some rocky road
Or sailing 'cross the sea?
I have no true love
No girl to leave behind
It's my life and I like it
Don't tell me my mind

Don't tell me my mind
Don't tell me that I'm wrong
Let this song be remembered
When I'm dead and gone
Don't tell me my mind
Don't tell me that I'm wrong
Let this song be remembered when I'm gone

I'll go and see this world of ours
And all its people too
From China to America
Across the oceans blue
I'll sing about my travels
Good times I'll surely find
It's my life and I like it
Don't tell me my mind

Don't tell me my mind
Don't tell me that I'm wrong
Let this song be remembered
When I'm dead and gone
Don't tell me my mind
Don't tell me that I'm wrong
Let this song be remembered when I'm gone

You say I'm kind of foot-loose
I'll never settle down
But I don't want to hang around
In this old one horse town
I've got so many things to do
And oh so little time
It's my life and I like it
Don't tell me my mind

Don't tell me my mind
Don't tell me that I'm wrong
Let this song be remembered
When I'm dead and gone
Don't tell me my mind
Don't tell me that I'm wrong
Let this song be remembered when I'm gone


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"Don't Tell Me My Mind" as written by Bruce Woodley

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