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Ride your pony
Get on your pony and ride
All righty

Ride your pony
Get on your pony and ride
Oh, you're riding high
Now stay in the saddle

(We're gonna ride)
Way out West where
The grass is green (ride)
California, you know what I mean

(Ride) New York City
And a Detroit too (ride)
On to New Orleans
The home of the blues

Ride your pony
Get on your pony and ride
All righty

Ride your pony
Get on your pony and ride
Oh, you're riding high

Now stay in the saddle
Stay in the saddle

(Pull out your pistol, yeah)
Now get ready, now shoot
Shoot, shoot

Ride your pony
Get on your pony and ride
All righty

Ride your pony
Get on your pony and ride
Oh, you're riding high

Stay in the saddle
Stay in the saddle

(We're gonna ride) to St. Louis
Where the girls are pretty
(Ride) Atlanta, ga
What a swinging city (ride)

Got to make Chicago
That's for sure (ride)
Move on to Balltimore

Ride your pony
Get on your pony and ride
All righty

Ride your pony
Get on your pony and ride
Oh, you're riding high

Stay in the saddle
Stay in the saddle

(Pull out your pistol, yeah)
Now get ready, now shoot
Shoot, shoot

(Ride, ride)
All right now
Stay in the saddle
Stay in the saddle

(Ride, ride)...



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