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​Snooze In The Quiet Air

This song is by Stan Jones and appears on the album Creakin' Leather (1958).

Where the rippling river runs down the hill
On it's way to the shiny sea
And a speckled crow keeps a-looking out
At a guy that I call me

Where the blackbird looks to a shady nook
To woo his lady fair
Well I pull my boots
Stretch right out
And take a snooze in the quiet air

Well the rumble and the rattle of the city
The hurry and the worry what a pity
Did God create all this in vain?
If He did, it's a doggone shame

Well some day a girl, a pretty girl
With me all this will share
And we'll pull our boots, stretch right out
And take a snooze in the quiet air

Well the rumble and the rattle of the city
The hurry and the worry what a pity
Did God create all this in vain?
If He did, it's a doggone shame

Well some day a girl, a pretty girl
With me all this will share
And we'll pull our boots, stretch right out
And take a snooze in the quiet air