"Cripple Creek" as written by and Billy Connolly....
Well I married a wife in the month of June,
Married her up by the light of the moon.
We live down on Cripple Creek.
We've been there about a week.

[Chorus]
I'm a-goin' down to Cripple Creek, I'm goin' on a run.
Goin' down to Cripple Creek to have some fun.
Goin' down to Cripple Creek, I'm goin' on a run.
Goin' down to Cripple Creek to have some fun.

Now Cripple Creek girl's about half-grown,
Jump on a man like a dog on a bone.
Roll my pants up to my knees,
Cross on Cripple Creek a-when I please.

[Chorus]

Well I'm goin' to Cripple Creek, I'm goin' on a run.
I'm a-goin' to Cripple Creek to have some fun.

[Chorus]

I'm a-goin' to Cripple Creek, I'm goin' on a run,
Goin' to Cripple Creek to have some fun.


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"Cripple Creek" as written by Traditional J Baird

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