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Oh Me Oh

This song is by Ferlin Husky and appears on the album I Could Sing All Night (1966).

Well I'm sittin' on the river with a pole in my hand the river might as well be dry
No I ain't gonna catch any fish today 'cause I ain't got no dogfly
Maybe next summer when the wind is warm the yellow sun rise high
The fish will start to jumpin' and I think of somethin' singin' oh me oh my
Oh me oh my what a fool am I it's too late to cry oh me oh my
When my woman hang the wash over line in the rain she knew it wasn't gonna dry
Like a man at the station a waitin' for train he knows it already went by
Maybe next summer when the wind is warm the yellow sun rise high
I'll think about the woman with the wash in the rain singin' oh me oh my
Oh me oh my what a fool am I it's too late to cry oh me oh my
Well gone are the days when I used to care worry 'bout the good and the bad
Been so long since I was happy guess I used to bein' sad
I wait for the summer when the wind is warm the yellow sun rise high
Singin' my songs and carry right along singin' oh me oh my
Well oh me oh my what a fool am I it's too late to cry oh me oh my
One more please oh me oh my what a fool am I it's too late to cry oh me oh my

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Ronnie Self

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