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(Put your hands together and start making some noise
And let's do the same when we get them on stage
Ladies and gentleman let's give it up for the wild and wooly saddle boogie band)

I rode in to town today in my mind I said Lord I'd love to stay
Somethin' in me said boy move on
Don't know what it is Lord blessed it in my bones
And I'm searchin' for a rainbow and if the wind ever shows me where to go
You'll be waitin' at the end and I know
And I'll say to hell with that pot of gold
I'll say to hell with that pot of gold

This old mount I'm ridin' is gettin' kinda tired
But in my heart he knows there's just one desire
He's gonna take me to the end of the road
And he'll lay down and die and I'll say God rest his soul
And I'm searchin' for a rainbow...
And I'm searchin' for a rainbow...
And I'm searchin' for a rainbow...
I'll say to hell with that pot of gold



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