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(C.W. McCall, Bill Fries, Chip Davis)

Well, packin' on back to Jackson
Eighteen-thirty-an'-six
Fifteen wagons an' forty-five orn'ry mules
Packin' on back to Jackson
Workin' the beaver trail
Ten more moons an' we gonna rendevous

[Chorus]
Jackson Hole, Wyomin'
Fifteen wagons an' forty-five orn'ry mules
Jackson Hole, Wyomin'
Ten more moons an' we gonna rendevous

Yeah, packin' on back to Jackson
Nineteen-thirty-an'-six
Four flat tires an' a worn-out Chevy coupe
Packin' on back to Jackson
Workin' the Teton trail
Ten more moons an' we gonna rendevous

[Chorus]
Jackson Hole, Wyomin'
Four flat tires an' a worn-out Chevy coupe
Jackson Hole, Wyomin'
Ten more moons an' we gonna rendevous

[Oh, yeah. Time for the instrumental portion of our program. Banjo pickin', of course.]

[Chorus]
Jackson Hole, Wyomin'
Fifteen wagons an' forty-five orn'ry mules
Jackson Hole, Wyomin'
Four flat tires an' a worn-out Chevy coupe

Packin' on back to Jackson
Nineteen-seventy-six
Goose down socks an' forty-dollar walkin' shoes
Packin' on back to Jackson
A-workin' the backpack trail
Ten more moons an' we gonna rendevous

[Chorus]
Jackson Hole, Wyomin'
Goose down socks an' forty-dollar walkin' shoes
Jackson Hole, Wyomin'
Ten more moons an' we gonna rendevous



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