"I Got the Hoss" as written by and Gerald M. House....
Hey baby, let me see your brand new saddle
Let's that pretty thing up on my horse
Let's get it on real tight now
'Cause we don't want you falling off

Well, I got the horse and you got the saddle
We like to ride side by side
Aw, I got the horse and she got the saddle
Together we're gonna ride, ride, ride

In the moonlight by the river
By the honeysuckle vine
We'll be riding, peeping and hiding
Till we see the morning light

Well, I got the horse and you got the saddle
We like to ride side by side
Aw, I got the horse and she got the saddle
Together we're gonna ride, ride, ride

Hey, baby, let's stop for a little while
I need to give my old horse a rest
And you know there ain't no use
In us trying to wear out your new saddle

Hear the crickets singing softly
Never heard a sweeter sound
And you know crickets do their singing
By just rubbing their legs around

Well, I got the horse and you got the saddle
We like to ride side by side
Aw, I got the horse and she got the saddle
Together we're gonna ride, ride, ride

Well, I got the horse and you got the saddle
We like to ride side by side
Aw, I got the horse and she got the saddle
Together we're gonna ride, ride, ride


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"I Got the Hoss" as written by Gerald M. House

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    Song Meaning"Let's get it on real tight now" and "Hey, baby, let's stop for a little while
    I need to give my old horse a rest" and "And you know crickets do their singing
    By just rubbing their legs around", pretty ovious this song is about sex, dont need to think too hard about that one! "Lets get it on" is a phrase for sex and you rub your legs together when you "get it on", pretty self explinatory to me.
    bobrogerson January 10, 2014   Link

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