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and silver have I none
I can give you love

They can have the gold in Fort Knox Kentucky
As far as we're gonna stand by love
I knew a man once had lots
One day we are young

And by the next one we are old despite the years
And tears of gold precede the rapture

Time has its way with everyone
In
sun
Old Black Swan where oh where is my lover now

I had given him a kiss and a golden ring
And a golden ring
I had given him a kiss of fire
can.
Step it out Mary, my fine daughter, show your legs to the countryman.
I have come to court your daughter. Mary of the golden hair,
I have gold and I
the old ones and the new
He's prepared his case for years
Now the golden moment is his
So in arrogance he presents his case to the judge
And it comes
an all-star line up
Like none I'd ever seen
Roger Miller opened the show with Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys
Followed by Webb Pierce followed by Hawkshaw
I'm gonna buy me two golden slippers
Yes Lord to walk me home
And when I get my slippers of gold
Then the Lord will have my soul
I'm gonna get me
to mean anything
And a man can get by without silver or gold
With bread for the body and song for the soul

I’m living my life by the lesson I
A little more with every day
Inside my coat is silver lining
Who knows the price I have to pay

Once I was set up upon by thieves
You know they stole my
Words and Music by Meredith Willson 
Arranged by Jack Andrews
a silver mine
It's like trying to drink whiskey from a bottle of wine

Well, I read some books, and I read some magazines
About those high-class ladies
If they promise you gold for the price of silver
If it's chemically made
By people you hate
Pinch your arm (pitch around), see if they still there
gone

If I'd known before I courted
I never would've courted none
I'd a lock my heart in a box of golden
And fastened it up with silver pin

I
When I look back, boy, I must have been green
Bopping in the country, fishing in a stream
Looking for an answer, trying to find a sign
Until I saw
When I look back, boy, I must have been green
Bopping in the country, fishing in a stream
Looking for an answer, trying to find a sign
Until I saw
fleeting, gold is fickle
Gold is fun

There is gold across the river
But I don't want none
I would rather be tried
Than held up by a golden gun
street lingo, understandable by some friends
I have none
Brothers and sisters under the same old sun
Naked to the devils deviants we show a blind eye
the nurses left
I could not walk at all.

Morning came and then came noon,
Dinner time a scalpel blade
Lay beside my silver spoon.

Some girls wander by
crossed the river called the Rio Grande 
I raced my horse with the Spaniards bold 
'Til I got me a skinful of silver and gold 

Me and a gambler, we
By Jimmy Driftwood

Along about eighteen and twenty-five
I left Tennessee very much alive
I never would have got through the Arkansas mud
If I hadn't
Grande

I raced my hoss 
With the Spaniards bold
'Till I got me a skin
Full-a silver an gold

Me an a gambler
Couldn't agree
We got in a fight
Over
When I look back, boy, I must have been green
Bopping in the country, fishing in a stream
Looking for an answer, trying to find a sign
Until I saw
When I look back, boy, I must have been green
Bopping in the country, fishing in a stream
Looking for an answer, trying to find a sign
Until I saw
None who remember
None who would take me home

I miss the bees, I miss the honey
I miss them humming by the flowered vine
My time is short now, I feel it
street lingo, understandable by some friends
I have none
Brothers and sisters under the same old sun
Naked to the devils deviants we show a blind eye