"I Want a Horse" as written by and Wendy Waldman Linda Ronstadt....
I do the dishes, I clean my room, I help my mother
I save my nickels, I sometimes babysit my brother
My parents said if I do everything
They're gonna let me have a horse next spring

Maybe he'll be a dappled gray, maybe a Pinto
A thoroughbred Jumper or a golden Palomino
And we'll be famous everywhere we go
Because we will win first prize in all the shows

I want a horse, my very own horse
Can't wait to see him
He's gonna be the prettiest horse
You won't believe him

We're gonna ride, we're gonna fly
People will stare, when we go by
At the prettiest horse

A horse is a lot to take care of
That's what everybody tells me
If you don't ride them every day
They get so lonely

A horse needs a lot of attention
(And lots of love)
You have to brush them every day
They have to have shoes
And lots of carrots and hay

We're gonna ride, we're gonna fly
People will stare, when we go by
At the prettiest horse

I want a horse, my very own horse
Can't wait to see him

I'll get good grades
I'll go to bed when I'm supposed to
I'll do my chores
I'll rub my bridle and my saddle

I'll do the dishes
I'll write my grandmother a letter
I'll feed him oats
If he gets sick I'll make him better

I want a horse
He's gonna be the prettiest ever


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