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Down the road a mile or two
Lives a boy named Billy Blue
'Bout so tall, hair of brown
Handsomest man in this town.

Now anytime you want to know
Where I'm going down the road
Get my man on the line
You'll find me there most anytime.

--- Instrumental ---

Everyday and Sunday too
I go to see my Billy Blue
Before you hear the rooster crow
You'll see me headed down the road.

Now everytime I get the blues
I walk the soles right off my shoes
Don't know why I love him so
That man of mine lives down the road.

--- Instrumental ---

Down the road a mile or two
Lives a boy named Billy Blue
'Bout so tall, hair of brown
Handsomest man in this town.

Now everytime I get the blues
I walk the soles right off my shoes
Don't know why I love him so
That man of mine lives down the road.

--- Instrumental ---



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