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Glen Campbell – Someday Soon lyrics

Now there's a young girl that I know and her age is twenty-one
She comes from down in southern Colorado
I just got out of the service and I'm looking for some fun
Someday soon she'll be with me someday soon
Her parents could not like me cause I rides the rodeo
Her father thinks that I will leave her crying
But I know she would follow me right down the roughest road
Someday soon she'll be with me someday soon
And when I come to call her pa ain't got a good word to say
Guess it's cause he's just as wild in his younger days
So blow you ol' blue northern and blow me on my way
I'm driving in tonight from California
I love my damned old rodeo almost as much as I love her
Someday soon she'll be with me someday soon
Someday soon she'll be with me someday soon



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