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Seals & Crofts – John Wayne lyrics

(lyrics by Paul Williams; music by Charles Fox, 1977)
From the album one on one (1977).

Do I feel that I'll prove a match to this world? Does Gene Kelly sing in the rain?
Yes I have a mind with a mind of it's own, a soul like the soul of John Wayne.
Wagons ho, move 'em out. 'Til the end of the trail, our love will never fail. Wagons ho.

'Til the end of the trail, our love will never fail. Wagons ho.
Don't worry 'cause I wouldn't hurt you, John Wayne.

Do I feel that I'll prove a match to this world? Does Gene Kelly sing in the rain?
Yes I have a mind with a mind of it's own, a soul like the soul of John Wayne.
Wagons ho, move 'em out. 'Til the end of the trail, our love will never fail. Wagons ho.

Don't worry 'cause I wouldn't hurt you, John Wayne.



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