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A DIME AND A DOLLAR (Ray Evans / Jay Livingston) Guy Mitchell With a whoop and a holler and a dime and a dollar Iím a lucky son of a gun Wherever I go I guess you know I tip my hat to none With a whoop and a holler and a dime and a dollar Iím a lucky son of a gun. Iím just a rolliní stone, I wander on my own, And always take my own advice Iíve travelled every trail, and never been in jail ĎCos Iíve deserved it once or twice My horse has been my pal, but once I met a gal, And thought a kiss would be no crime I darn near lost my life, she was the sheriffís wife, I just got out of town in time. With a whoop and a holler and a dime and a dollar Iím a lucky son of a gun Wherever I go I guess you know I tip my hat to none With a whoop and a holler and a dime and a dollar Iím a lucky son of a gun. (Short Musical Break) Now when I leave a town and get to beddiní down I kinda wink up at the stars Nobody knows my name, they only know I came And drank my weight in all the bars With a whoop and a holler and a dime and a dollar Iím a lucky son of a gun Wherever I go I guess you know I tip my hat to none With a whoop and a holler and a dime and a dollar Iím a lucky son of a gun. (Contributed by Bill Huntley - October 2006)

    


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