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Written by frank simon and stan gardner
(as released by patsy cline july 20, 1955)

I'm on a honky tonk merry-go-round
Makin' ever spot in town
Startin' out early, comin' home late
Ever' night with a brand new date

I'm on a honky tonk merry-go-round
Actin' like a foolish clown
Still racin' those blues that you left with me
Wond'rin' if I'll ever be free

Chorus:
Round and around and around I go
Ridin' high and feelin' low
Round and around just like a top
Well, I'm a-gettin' dizzy, but I can't stop

I'm on a honky tonk merry-go-round
Actin' like a foolish clown
Still racin' those blues that you left with me
Wond'rin' if I'll ever be free

Repeat chorus

Repeat last verse

Yes, I'm wonderin if I'll ever be free



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    Alex McMillanDec 23, 2012 at 1:21 am
    So who wrote the song?

    Merry Go Round by Patsy Cline.

    Songwriters: BUNCH, PAT/MITCHELL, DANNY JOE.

    Written by frank simon and stan gardner.
    (as released by patsy cline july 20, 1955).

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