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WE'LL REST AT THE END OF THE TRAIL (Curt Poulton / Fred Rose) Tex Ritter - 1936 Bing Crosby - 1936 Tom Emerson's Hillbillies (vocal: Art Dixon) - 1943 Jimmy Wakely - 1956 The Sons Of The Pioneers - 1963 Also recorded by: The New Riders of the Purple Sage; Roy Rogers (with Dale Evans & The Sons Of The Pioneers). ROY: We're weary and tired, our work is all through But we'll rest at the end of the trail We'll stand by the fire when there's nothin' to do When we rest at the end of the trail S.O.T.P: If we feel like ropin', we'll hitch to a star So just keep on ropin', it's not very far ROY: We're weary and tired, our work is all through But we'll rest at the end of the trail DALE: The road is mighty dusty, old pal ROY: The sun is sinkin' down below the range DALE: We're still together, trusty old pal BOTH: Ridin' the trail so strange ROY & DALE: If we feel like ropin', we'll hitch to a star So just keep on ropin', it's not very far S.O.T.P: We're weary and tired, our work is all through ROY & DALE: But we'll rest at the end of the trail (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - August 2006)

    


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