"Roll on Buddy, Roll On" as written by and Teddy Wilburn Doyle Wilburn....
I'm going to that east pay road
I'm going to that east pay road
I'm going to the east
I going to the west
I'm going to the one that I love best

Roll on, buddy, roll on
Roll on, buddy, roll on
You wouldn't roll so slow
If you knew what I know
So roll on, buddy, roll on

I've got a good woman just the same
I've got a good woman just the same
My woman just the same
Says she's gonna change her name
I've got a good woman just the same

Roll on, buddy, roll on
Roll on, buddy, roll on
You wouldn't roll so slow
If you knew what I know
So roll on, buddy, roll on

My home is down in Tennessee
My home is down in Tennessee
In Tennessee
That's where I long to be
Way down in sunny Tennessee

Roll on, buddy, roll on
Roll on, buddy, roll on
You wouldn't roll so slow
If you knew what I know
So roll on, buddy, roll on






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"Roll on Buddy, Roll On" as written by Teddy Wilburn Doyle Wilburn

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