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Bobby Darin – East Of The Rockies lyrics

Johnny:
I left my baby east of the Rockies
North of the Rio Grande
West of M'sippi
South of Dakota land.
When you hit Texas
Take Route 33
Turn right at Dreamy Valley
Left at Lover's Alley
Standin' 'neath the apple tree.

I'll make a little trip for my uncle
But, I'll return I know
And I'll remember
Just where I has to go.
East of the Rockies
North of the Rio Grande
West of M'sippi
South of Dakota land.
Just think of Texas
Route 33
Dreamy Valley
Lover's Alley
Stop and see the apple tree
Find my baby waitin' there for me.

Bobby:
I left my baby east of the Rockies
North of the Rio Grande
West of Missouri
South of Dakota land.
When you hit upon Texas
Take Route 33
Turn right at Dreamy Valley
Left at Lover's Alley
Standin' 'neath the apple tree.

My boat is shovin' off and I'm sailin'
But, I'll return I know
And I'll remember
Just where I have to go.
East of the Rockies
North of the Rio Grande
Hey, west of M'sippi
South of Dakota land
Just think a Texas
Route 33
Dreamy Valley
Lover's Alley
Stop and see the apple tree.

Both:
I'll find my baby waitin'
I ain't procrastinatin'
My baby's waitin' there for me.



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