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My Rough And Rowdy Ways

This song is by Gene Autry and appears on the album Blues Singer 1929-1931 (1996).

For years and years I rambled
Drank my wine and gambled
But one day I thouhght I settle down
I met a fair young lady
She said, she'll be my baby
We'll build a cottage in the ol' home town
(Dee-yodel...)
But somehow I can't forget my good old ramblin' days
The railroad trains are calling me away
I may be rough and I may be wild
I may be tough and counted bile
But I can't give up my good ol' rough and rowdy ways
(Dee-yodel...)
Sometimes I meet a bounder
That knew me when I was a rounder
He grabed my hand and says: boy, have a drink
We go down to the pool room
Getting the game and then soon
The daylight come before I had a wink
(Dee-yodel...)
But somehow I can't forget my good old ramblin' days
The railroad trains are calling me awayI may be rough and I may be wild
I may be tough and counted bile
But I can't give up my good ol' rough and rowdy ways

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