"Smokin' in the Rockies" as written by Buddy Cannon, Dean Dillon, Gary Stewart and Frank Dycus....
The lights go down, Hank Jr. hits the stage
And everybody's up on their feet
Haggard and Jones are out in San Antone
They got 'em sittin' on the edge of their seats
Well Dolly's out in Hollywood
Willie went to Washington and sang "Oh say can you see"
We got 'em smoking in the Rockies, rocking in the Smokies
Everybody loves to hear a country boy sing

We got 'em smoking in the Rockies, rocking in the Smokies
All across the USA
CDB is down in Tennessee, jammin' the night a way
Down in Savannah they're diggin' Alabama
And Jerry Lee's in Colorado Springs
We got 'em smoking in the Rockies, rocking in the Smokies
Everybody loves to hear a country boy sing

Well, the Oak Ridge Boys in Chicago, Illinois
"Elvira" had 'em climbing the walls
Folks fly from Boston all the way to Austin
To hear Waylon wail them songs
Now Denver's heard the word
'Bout the rockin' Gilley bird
Listen to them guitars ring
We got 'em smoking in the Rockies, rocking in the Smokies
Everybody loves to hear a country boy sing

We got 'em smoking in the Rockies, rocking in the Smokies
All across the USA
CDB is down in Tennessee, jammin' the night a way
Down in Savannah they're diggin' Alabama
And Jerry Lee's in Colorado Springs
We got 'em smoking in the Rockies, rocking in the Smokies
Everybody loves to hear a country boy sing

Down in Savannah they're diggin' Alabama
And Jerry Lee's in Colorado Springs
We got 'em smoking in the Rockies, rocking in the Smokies
Everybody loves to hear them country boys sing

We got 'em smoking in the Rockies, rocking in the Smokies
Everybody loves to hear them country boys sing


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