"Little Bit South of Saskatoon" as written by Sonny James and Carole Smith....
Just a little bit south of Saskatoon
Pick my guitar for board and room
Met a little girl, her name was June
A little bit south of Saskatoon

Me and Junny-Mae we got on fine
Till I had to move further down the line
Promised that girl I'd be back soon
A little bit south of Saskatoon

Went up to Nome to see the sights
Had a yen to watch the northern lights
But I had my mind on my sweet June
A little bit south of Saskatoon

So I caught a freight and headed back
Following down that railroad track
Kept a thinkin' of my honeymoon
A little bit south of Saskatoon

Me and Junny-Mae got a little house
Got a piece of ground and a few milk cows
We're gonna get a youngin' soon
A little bit south of Saskatoon

In the winter time when we can't farm
Me and Junny-Mae sit arm in arm
By a big ole fire and honeymoon
A little bit south of Saskatoon


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"A Little Bit South of Saskatoon" as written by Sonny James Carole Smith

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