"Baby Ride Easy" as written by and Richard J. Dobson....
Johnny Cash: If I drove a truck
June Carter: And I were a waitress
Johnny: And I ordered coffee
June: And I poured you some

Both: Then you'd stop by on your way sometimes later
June: And if we arm-wrestled, I'd see that you won

Both: Ieee my baby, ride easy, ride high in the saddle all day
June: If your loving is good
Johnny: And your cooking ain't greasy
Both: We’ll chuck the chuck wagon and we'll ride away

June: If I were a winsome pale senorita
Johnny: And I a bull-fighter, way down in the sand
Both: While the band kept on playing that Old Casa Dora
Johnny: Would you throw me a flower
June: Would you take my hand?

Both: Ieee my baby, ride easy, ride high in the saddle all day
June: If your loving is good
Johnny: And your cooking ain't greasy
Both: We’ll chuck the chuck wagon and we'll ride away

Johnny: If I ran the country
June: I'd be your first lady and fix up the White House while you were away
Both: Waiting while you’re passing time with world leaders
Both: Left alone together, alone we might lay

Both: Ieee my baby, ride easy, ride high in the saddle all day
June: If your loving is good
Johnny: And your cooking ain't greasy
Both: We’ll chuck the chuck wagon and we'll ride away

June: If your loving is good
Johnny: And your cooking ain't greasy
Both: We’ll chuck the chuck wagon and we'll ride away
Both: We’ll chuck the chuck wagon and we'll ride away


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"Baby Ride Easy" as written by Richard J. Dobson

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