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Buck Owens – I Wanna Be Wild And Free lyrics

Well, I wanna be wild and free
I wanna blow like an ocean breeze
I wanna run like a river to the sea
Yeah, I wanna be wild and free.

I don't want no strings attached
Lord knows, I have enough of that
I wanna roam like a alley cat
Yeah, I wanna be wild and free.

I wanna bounce like a rubber ball
I wanna roll like a rolling stone
I wanna go when I get the call
Hey, I wanna be wild and free.

Well, I wanna be wild and free
I wanna blow like an ocean breeze
I wanna run like a river to the sea
Yeah, I wanna be wild and free.

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I wanna live while I'm alive
Ain't that much, rather take a dive
Than the face at 8-2-5
Hey, I wanna be wild and free.

No, I don't wanna be tied down
I wanna drift from town to town
And when the time comes to lay me down
Well, I wanna be wild and free.

Well, I wanna be wild and free
I wanna blow like an ocean breeze
I wanna run like a river to the sea
Yeah, I wanna be wild and free.

Hey, I wanna be wild and free...



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