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Let Merle Be Merle Songtext
von Randy Rogers & Wade Bowen

Let Merle Be Merle Songtext

Well, I was driving around in my old pickup truck
Down a road that didn't used to be paved
Passing all the houses that was going up
And all the farms that couldn't be saved
A Haggard song came on the radio and
Put a big smile on my face
Made me think of something that sounded like something
My grandpa would probably say

Let a boy be a boy
Let a girl be a girl
Let a nut be a nut
Let a squirrel be a squirrel
Yeah, some things don't need to change
In this ever-changing world
Let rock and roll be rock and roll
Let Merle be Merle


Well, over yonder used to be the field
Where we'd sit and drink our beer
I wonder what they did with all that fence
That couldn't keep us out of there
Me and old Nancy, we'd get all handsy
To "Twinkle Twinkle Lucky Star"
There's more things in the world that ain't changing
Than there are things that are

Let a boy be a boy
Let a girl be a girl
Let a nut be a nut
Let a squirrel be a squirrel
Yeah, some things don't need to change
In this ever-changing world
Let rock and roll be rock and roll
Let Merle be Merle

Let the grass be green
Let the sky be blue
Honky tonk on a Saturday night
A nap on Sunday afternoon
Some things don't need to change
In this ever-changing world
Let rock and roll be rock and roll
Let Merle be Merle
Let rock and roll be rock and roll
Let Merle be Merle

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