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Lrc The Elephant Riders by Clutch

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54400 - The Elephant Riders by Clutch [03:49.72] 1 year ago
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[00:22.01]I'll keep pulling on the towpath.
[00:24.55]You keep floating on the river.
[00:27.66]Yeah, until the day is done.
[00:32.18]Keep on keeping on the low road,
[00:35.01]Chesapeake and Ohio.
[00:37.84]Because on the higher ground you will find
[00:42.92]Elephant Riders to the northwest bring news from father.
[01:00.45]Looking like it's always closing,
[01:02.99]The Salty Dog is always open.
[01:06.38]Here, I got an I.O.U.
[01:10.90]Clickity clack clack, clickity clack clack,
[01:13.45]Baltimore and Ohio,
[01:16.28]Clickity clack clack, clickity clack clack,
[01:18.82]Roll on, roll on.
[01:21.37]On our way to Washington where work is done by men with gavels,
[01:27.02]I heard a sound that just about removed me from my filly's saddle.
[01:33.24]Just outside of Antietam, where once there was a mighty battle,
[01:39.18]I heard the rhythm of the hammers beating the rail lines together.
[01:44.83]--
[01:48.22]Elephant Riders to the northwest bring news of battle.
[02:06.05]--
[02:23.57]Don't be eating all the hard tack.
[02:25.83]Between we two there's half a small sack.
[02:29.22]Still, we got miles to.
[02:33.75]Giddy up pony, Giddy up pony,
[02:36.57]Camptown Race is five miles long.
[02:39.12]Giddy up pony, Giddy up pony,
[02:41.66]Ride on, ride on.
[02:44.49]On our way to Washington where work is done by men with gavels,
[02:50.14]I heard a sound that just about removed me from my filly's saddle.
[02:56.36]Just outside of Antietam, where once there was a mighty battle,
[03:02.02]I heard the rhythm of the hammers beating the rail lines together.
[03:07.91]--
[03:11.02]Elephant Riders to the northwest bring news from father.
[03:28.55]Elephant Riders to the northwest bring news of battle.