"Sitting on Top of the World" as written by and James Robert Bob Wills....
Sitting on the top of the world

One summer day,
She went away.
She gone and left me,
She gone to stay.
But now she gone,
And I don't worry.
'Cause I'm sitting
On top of the world.

Worked all the summer,
And worked all the fall.
I had to take my Christmas,
In my overall.
But now she gone,
And I don't worry.
Because I'm sitting
On top of the world.

Goin' down to the freight yard,
Just to meet a freight train.
I'm gonna leave this town,
Well it's just got too hard.
But now she gone,
And I don't worry.
'Cause I'm sitting
On top of the world.

One summer day,
She went away.
She gone and left me,
She gone to stay.
But now she gone,
And I don't worry.
'Cause I'm sitting
On top of the world.


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"Sitting on Top of the World" as written by Walter Jacobs Vinson

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