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Robert Bradley's Blackwater Surprise – Ride lyrics

I still back remember
Sitting down on my mother's knee
She told me a story about love
How it was gonna be a mystery

Oh, I used to know ya
Back when you were in high school
Went off to college
Got you some knowledge
Now you think I'm a fool

Go on and ride, go on and ride
Hold your head up high
Go on and ride, go on and ride
Hold your head up high

Thought I saw you again yesterday
Smile, baby then fade away
See you in my dreams
Up there on the movie screen
Now you think I'm alive

Oh, I used to know ya
Back when you were in high school
Went off to college
Got you some knowledge
Now you think I'm a fool

Go on and ride, go on and ride
Hold your head up high
Go on and ride, go on and ride
Hold your head up high

Go on and ride, go on and ride
Hold your head up a little higher
Go on and ride, go on and ride
Hold your head up high

Oh, all your life, go on and ride
Hold your head up high
Keep on walkin', keep on walkin'
Hold your head, hold up high

Keep on walkin', walkin', walkin', walkin'
You got to keep on, keep on walkin'
Walk on, walk on, walk on, walk on, walk on



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