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Wanda Jackson – Searchin' lyrics

(Gonna find him gonna find him gonna find him gonna find him)
Yeah I been searchin' I been searchin' I been searchin' every which a way
Yeah I been searchin' oh baby searchin' yeah child searchin' every which a way
But now I'm like a north-west mountie you know I'll bring him in some day
(Gonna find him gonna find him)
Now if I have to swim a river you know I will
And if I have to climb a mountain you know I will
I find if he's hidin' up on the Blueberry Hill
Am I gonna find him child you know oh I will
Cause I've been searchin' yeah yeah searchin' yeah baby searchin' every which a way
But I'm like that north-west mountie you know I'll bring him in some day
(Gonna find him gonna find him)
Yeah Sherlock Holmes Sam Spade got nothin' child on me
Segeant Friday Charlie Chinn and Boston Blackie
And no matter where he's hidin' he's gonna hear me a comin'
Gonna walk right down that street just like a bulldog drummin'
I've been searchin' yeah yeah...
(Gonna find him gonna find him gonna find him gonna find him)



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