"Little Red Rider" as written by and Michael Nesmith....
Little Red Rider, ride on the railroad.
And she rides.
Little Red Rider, ride on the railroad.
Wave goodbye.
So long, Sunshine;
Ride away.
I know you'll come back some day, line by line.

Little Miss Red's asleep on the railroad;
There she goes.
Little Miss Red's asleep on the railroad.
No one knows
That little Miss Red is little Miss Blue,
And she looks a lot like you
Around the eyes.

Nobody was home in town.
Nobody was home in town.
Nobody was home in town
In the town I call home
Somebody said they all had drown.

Bye-bye, sweet miss.
Give me one kiss,
And then I'll go.
Bye-bye, sweet miss.
Give me one kiss,
Don't let it show.
Then turn your brown eyes to the wall.
Was that message there before you were so wise?

Bye-bye, sweet miss.
Give me one kiss,
And then I'll go.
Bye-bye, sweet miss.
Give me one kiss,
Don't let it show.
Then turn your brown eyes to the wall.
Was that message there before you were so wise?


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"Little Red Rider" as written by Michael Nesmith

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