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ANNIE LOU Don Winter - 1966 Well, I've been herdin' cattle for about a month or more But now I'm ridin' hard to get back to my baby's door I'm gonna shave and take a bath and then comb down my hair And I'll put on sweet smelling stuff that'll fill the air Oh, Annie, Annie Lou I love you and I'm riding back to you (Yodelling) Well, herdin' cows and breathin' dust is mighty hard, you see But I don't care as long as I know Annie waits for me Well, when I walk her down the street, the boys will say she's cute And she'll be mighty proud of me in my Sunday suit Oh, Annie, Annie Lou Oh, Annie, Annie Lou I love you and I'm riding back to you (Yodelling to end) (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - April 2009) (Contributed by - April 2009)

    


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