"Back in the Saddle Again" as written by and Ray Whitley Gene Autry....
I'm back in the saddle again

Out where a friend is a friend


Where the long-horn cattle feed
On the lonely jimson weed
Back in the saddle again


I'm riding the range once more

Totin' my old 44

Where you sleep out every night

And the only law is right

Back in the saddle again



Whoopee-ti-yi-yo, rockin' to and fro

Back in the saddle again (once again)

Whoopee-ti-yi-yae, I go my way

Back in the saddle again


I'm back in the saddle again (once again)

Out where a friend is a friend (good ol' friend)



Where the long-horn cattle feed

On the lonely jimson weed (mmm-hmm)
Back in the saddle again (once again)
I'm riding the range once more (once more)


And the only law is right
Totin' my old 44 (that 44)

Where you sleep out every night


Back in the saddle again



Whoopee-ti-yi-yo, rockin' to and fro


Back in the saddle again (once again)
Whoopee-ti-yi-yae, I go my way



Back in the saddle again

Back in the saddle again






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"Back in the Saddle Again" as written by Ray Whitley Gene Autry

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