Oh Lordy!

A little Clawhammer Banjo fun!
 
words and music by Tony Provencher - 1986
Vocals, 5-string Banjo, and Guitar - Tony Provencher
Album: Renaissance
Lyrics
(Chorus) Oh, Lordy! Where do we go?
Oh, Lordy! What do we do?
Oh, Lordy! Mama, she know!
Oh, Lordy, Papa do too!

I met her in December; she met me in May,
Early in the Springtime on a snowy winter day.
Typey little filly standing all alone,
Hey, pretty baby, can I canter you home?

Oh, Lordy! Where do we go?
Oh, Lordy! What do we do?
Oh, Lordy! Mama, she know!
Oh, Lordy, Papa do too!

The sun was setting low on the fields of Winter Rye,
But I saw the sun come up when I looked into her eyes.
Typey little filly, I sure would like to tame
Your fine long legs and your honey flaxen mane.

Oh, Lordy! Where do we go?
Oh, Lordy! What do we do?
Oh, Lordy! Mama, she know!
Oh, Lordy, Papa do too!

I want to tell the world that my heart is filled with love,
But your mama, she cried, and your papa disaproved.
So, my honey baby, I'll dream of you each day,
When we ride the trails together, and gallop on away.

Oh, Lordy! Where do we go?
Oh, Lordy! What do we do?
Oh, Lordy! Mama, she know!
Oh, Lordy, Papa do too!

 
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