American Old Time Song Lyrics: 24 Send That Wagon Home, John

Theater, Music-Hall, Nostalgic, Irish & Historic Old Songs, Volume 24

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Send That Wagon Home, John.
Copyright, 1881, by J. W. Pepper.

When the old boss dies and the harness gives out,
Send that wagon home, John;
That it's good and stout, I never had a doubt.
Send that wagon home.
Oh. the wheels am old, but good and tough,
Send that wagon home, John;
For your mother and I it am plenty good enough,
Send that wagon home.

Chorus.
Send that wagon home.
For it will hold us all;
You used to ride about in it
When you were young and small.
Your mother sat beside me
When we to the parson roamed;
In that old cart I won her heart,
John, send that wagon home.

If you mean to help the old folks along,
Send that wagon home, John;
Your mother am old and she ain't strong,
Send that wagon home.
She can ride to church, and drive all 'round,
Send that wagon home. John;
On market days she can ride to town,
Send that wagon home.-Chorus.

It was clean and neat when it was new,
Send that wagon home. John;
The wheels were red, and the box was blue,
Send that wagon home.
The paint am gone, but it's yes as good,
Send that wagon home, John;
It's made of ash and old oak wood,
Send that wagon home.-Chorus.
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