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HOPPY, GENE AND ME (Snuff Garrett / Stephen Dorff / Milton Brown) Roy Rogers - 1974 It seems like only yesterday That we rode the range together The prairie skies and tumbleweeds Just as far as we could see Then you grew up and drifted on But I know that you remember When you were a saddle pal To Hoppy, Gene and me Freckle face and skinned-up knees You helped us fight the bad guys With a five cent bag of popcorn And a cap gun by your side You know, time has a way of changin' things Soon there was your first love You thought it would last forever But when she left, you cried But Hoppy, Gene and me We taught you how to shoot straight And a cowboy never cries That's how it had to be Just stories from the silver screen Now most of them forgotten Double feature Saturdays With Hoppy, Gene and me At last you found your real true love And now you look so happy Is that your little cowpoke You're bouncin' on your knee Well, the prairie sky is just as blue And life is like a re-run And just like you, he'll be a saddle pal To Hoppy, Gene and me Hoppy, Gene and me We taught you how to shoot straight You were goin' to be a cowboy That's how it had to be Just stories from the silver screen Now most of them forgotten Double feature Saturdays With Hoppy, Gene and me (Yodelling) ........ FADE (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - February 2017)

    


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