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WATERLOO (Marijohn Wilkin / John D. Loudermilk) Stonewall Jackson - 1959 Homer & Jethro -1959 Bob Cort - 1959 The Mudlarks - 1959 Jan & Kjeld - 1959 Webb Pierce - 1962 Johnnie & Jack - 1962 The Four Jacks - 1962 Roy Drusky - 1964 Carl Smith - 1965 Boots Randolph - 1965 The Greenhorns - 1971 Lester 'Roadhog' Moran & The Cadillac Cowboys - 1974 James Rasmussen - 1996 Garth Brooks, Larry Gatlin & Joe Diffie - 2004 Also recorded by: Faron Young; Boxcar Willie; Mother Maybelle Carter: ......... and others. {Waterloo, Waterloo) (Where will you meet your Waterloo?) (Every puppy has its day) (Everybody has to pay) (Everybody has to meet his Waterloo} Now old Adam was the first in history With an apple he was tempted and deceived Just for spite the Devil made him take a bite And that's when old Adam met his Waterloo {Waterloo, Waterloo) (Where will you meet your Waterloo?) (Every puppy has its day) (Everybody has to pay) (Everybody has to meet his Waterloo} Little General Napoleon of France Tried to conquer the world but lost his pants** Met defeat, known as Bonaparte's retreat And that's where Napoleon met his Waterloo {Waterloo, Waterloo) (Where will you meet your Waterloo?) (Every puppy has its day) (Everybody has to pay) (Everybody has to meet his Waterloo} Now a fellah whose darling proved untrue Took her life, but he lost his too Now he swings where the little birdie sings And that's where Tom Dooley met his Waterloo {Waterloo, Waterloo) (Where will you meet your Waterloo?) (Every puppy has its day) (Everybody has to pay) (Everybody has to meet his Waterloo} ** The line that Stonewall Jackson sang as "Tried to conquer the world but lost his pants", should really be "Tried to conquer the world but lost his chance". TRIVIA: Lester 'Roadhog' Moran & The Cadillac Cowboys was a comical name sometimes used by The Statler Brothers.

    


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