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Six White Horses lyrics

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Bill Monroe – Six White Horses lyrics

I'm leavin' you to worry you off my mind
Lord, I'm leavin' you to worry you off my mind
'Cause you keep me worried troubled
Troubled all the time

Ah, six white houses going two by two
Ah, six white houses going two by two
That some other woman
Has took my love from you

Ah, the train I'm ridin' is sixteen coaches long
Ah, the train I'm ridin' is sixteen coaches long
That woman I'm lovin'
She's got another man and gone

If you don't believe I'm leavin' just count the days I'm gone
If you don't believe I'm leavin' just count the days I'm gone
Next time you see your daddy
It'll be on judgment morn'

Ah, tell me pretty woman which way the river runs
Ah, tell me pretty woman which way the river runs
Runs from by back door
To the set of the rising sun



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