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Eddy Arnold – Tumbling Tumbleweeds lyrics

(Bob Nolan)

See them tumbling down
Pledgin' their love to the ground
Lonely but free I'll be found
Driftin' along with a tumbling tumbleweed.

Cares of the past are behind
Nowhere to go but I'll find
Just where the trail will wind
Drifitn' along with a tumbling tumbleweed.

I know when night has gone
That a new world's born at dawn
I'll keep rollin' along
Deep in my heart is a song
Here on the range I belong
Driftin' along with a tumbling tumbleweed.

I'm a roamin' cowboy
Ridin' all day long
Tumbleweeds around me
Sing their lonely song
Nights underneath the prairie moon
I'll ride along and sing a tune.

I'll keep rollin' along
Deep in my heart is a song
Here on the range I belong
Driftin' along with a tumbling tumbleweed.

Driftin' along with a tumbling tumbleweed...



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