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Tanya Tucker – Someday Soon lyrics

Someday soon
Theres a young men that a know
His age is 21
He comes from down in southern Colorado
Just out of the service
And hes looking for his fun
Someday soon going with him someday soon
My parents cannot stand him
Cause he rides the rodeo
My father says that he will leave me crying
I would follow him right down
The roughest road I know
Someday soon going with him someday soon
And when he comes to calm
My pa aint got a good word to say
Guess its cause he was just as wild
In his younger days
So blow you ol blue northern
Blow my love to me
Hes drivin in tonight from California
He loves his darn ol rodeo
As much as he loves me
Someday soon going with him someday soon
Solo
And when he comes to calm
My pa aint got a good word to say
Guess its cause he was just as wild
In his younger days
So blow you ol blue northern
Blow my love to me
Hes drivin in tonight from California
He loves his darn ol rodeo
As much as he loves me
Someday soon going with him someday soon



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