A-Riding On A Summer Day

A-Riding On A Summer Day

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A-Riding On A Summer Day

A-riding on a summer day
Gave my thinking some straighter lines
Thinking of that pretty cowgirl
The one who broke this heart of mine

She resembles a prairie rose
That blossoms fair in early June
She resembles a song of prose
On a guitar that’s finely tuned

A-riding on a summer day
Come warm sunshine or the cold rain
I cannot ride too far away
For I must ride toward her again

And who will shoe her little foot
And who will hold her small gloved hand
And who will read her like a book
Oh, who will be her married man

I will love her til rivers dry
And all prairies burn in the sun
I will love her until I die
Though she’ll not be my married one

A-riding on a summer day
Gave my thinking some straighter lines
Thinking of that pretty cowgirl
The one who broke this heart of mine



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