Where the rippling river runs down the hill
On it's way to the shiny sea
And a speckled crow keeps a-looking out
At a guy that I call me

Where the blackbird looks to a shady nook
To woo his lady fair
Well I pull my boots
Stretch right out
And take a snooze in the quiet air

Well the rumble and the rattle of the city
The hurry and the worry what a pity
Did God create all this in vain?
If He did, it's a doggone shame

Well some day a girl, a pretty girl
With me all this will share
And we'll pull our boots, stretch right out
And take a snooze in the quiet air

Well the rumble and the rattle of the city
The hurry and the worry what a pity
Did God create all this in vain?
If He did, it's a doggone shame

Well some day a girl, a pretty girl
With me all this will share
And we'll pull our boots, stretch right out
And take a snooze in the quiet air


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