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Jimmie Rodgers, Acuff, and Monroe. We can't forget Cousin Minnie Pearl. But at night when I'm prayin' down on my knees, I thank God for Lester and Earl
braggin', I'll just step and say
I'm a native son of San Antone

There's a sweet somebody by the Alamo
Someday, she's gonna be my very own
And then we'll
Some are born to plough the fields of home
Some are born to happiness and never start to roam
I bent the bow, I Let the arrow fly
Your children go
anymore

The natives are hostile
Whatever I say
The thing they fear most is
That I might want to stay
By their side on a distant shore
Can't go home
just up and say 
I'm a native son of San Antone

And there's a sweet somebody by the Alamo 
Someday she's goin' to be my very own
And we'll buy
just up and say 
I'm a native son of San Antone

And there's a sweet somebody by the Alamo 
Someday she's goin' to be my very own
And we'll buy
Washington my home
Wherever I may roam
You are my land
My native land
Washington my home
Your verdant forests green
Caressed by silvery streams
With
a native son of San Antone

There's a sweet somebody by the Alamo
Someday she's gonna be my very own
And we'll buy a highchair in a year or so
For our little
and say
I'm a native son of San Antone

There's a sweet somebody by the Alamo
Someday she's gonna be my very own
And we'll buy (Then we'll get)
and say I'm a native son of San Antone
There's a sweet somebody by the Alamo someday she's goin' to be my very own
And we'll buy a high chair in a year
I just up and say
I'm a native son of san antone

There's a sweet somebody by the alamo
Someday she's going to be my very own
And we'll buy
engines and his name is earl
He's the Charlie Daniels of the torque-wrench"
I whispered 'Honey let's just go on home
Have some onion rings and watch TV"
don't need to call you up
To see if you're at home
I don't need to drive by your house
To see if you're alone

But tonight I know I will
I'll start
find more relief in
Some Earl Klugh and the refuge of home
So now I turn off the porch light, next I'll unplug the phones
I'll get on my robe and my
Come along with me to the Congo land
Got a zebra by the tail and a python in my hand
Once my home was a Texas plain
But now I swing a lasso
the sky, 
Completely disappearing behind each bar.
Then a helicopter flew by. 

"Say hi to Earl and Edith. 
Tell'em I'm doing fine. 
Tell'em you're old
behind each bar,
Then a helicopter flew by.
"Say hi to Earl and Edith.
Tell 'm I'm doing fine.
Tell 'm it's time for them to let you go now,
They
RIGHT WON'T TOUCH A HAND
WRITER EARL MONTGOMERY
Copyright 1971

The wind blows Sunday papers by my feet
As I walk down this cold and lonely street
My
home so bright
The lights were gaily glowing as they stood there side by side
"Let's drink a toast to this young man and to his lovely bride."

Just
a native son of San Antone

There's a sweet somebody by the Alamo
Someday she's gonna be my very own
And we'll buy a highchair in a year or so
For our little
By Robin Williamson

Scotland O where I was born
And happy I have been
It is days come months come long years
Since my home I have seen
All over
engines and his name is earl
He's the Charlie Daniels of the torque-wrench"
I whispered 'Honey let's just go on home
Have some onion rings and watch TV"
passing us by

Occasionally you have called for me
I've always tried to be there
But it seemed whenever my train pulled in
You never did really care
HOME IN SAN ANTONE
(Floyd Jenkins aka Fred Rose)
« © '59 West Par Music »

Haven't got a worry haven't got a care
Haven't got a thing to call my
comes over to me
Offers a job as broadcaster
That's how I came to be

Marquis Cha Cha
He can never go home
But is O.K. by him
The generals have