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SING ME A SONG OF TEXAS (Lee Morse) Lee Morse - 1938 The Merry Macs - 1944 Rosemary Lane, Riders Of The Purple Sage & TheHoosier Hotshots (feat. in the film "Sing Me A Song Of Texas") - 1945 Also recorded by: Jimmy Wakely As recorded by LEE MORSE: Sing a song of my home in Texas Sing a song for the Lone Star State Where a feller can fight and make love ev'ry night Sing me a song of Texas All the steers have long horns in Texas And gazebos grow six feet tall All the girls are so sweet, it's a pleasure to meet Anyone from my home in Texas (Yodel) Sing a song of my home in Texas The state of my Grandad's birth And I wouldn't exchange my old home on the range For any fair place on this earth All the men wear big hats in Texas And you'll see plenty spurs and boots And the tallest galoots are all in cahoots Just singin' this song for Texas (Yodel) If you ever are down in Texas Say 'Hello' to my folks down home Tell them how lonesome I am for that starlit sky And sing 'em this song for Texas (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - January 2013) ******************** As recorded by THE MERRY MACS: Sing me a song of Texas Sing a song of the Lone Star State Where a feller can fight and make love ev'ry night Oh, sing me a song of Texas All the steers have long horns in Texas And gazebos grow six feet tall And the girls are so sweet, it's a pleasure to meet Anyone from the state of Texas Sing me a song of Texas Where the cowboys are lean and strong Though their legs may be bowed, they're as straight as the raod That runs through the state of Texas I love the open prairie Where the buffalo used to roam And I wouldn't exchange my old shack on the range For a palace outside of Texas Sing me a song of Texas Sing a song of the Lone Star State Where a chuck wagon means biscuits, bacon and beans For cowboys who ride in Texas I miss the folks in Texas And I dream of them all day long And when I'm feelin' punked, on my banjo I plunk And I dream me a song of Texas I'm gonna slip, slide, walk, glide Any old way to get there Back to my home in Texas (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - January 2013)

    


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