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Run 8 Rider - Lucinda Lyrics


The snows broke in March of the year ‘55
Spring time in Missouri, the long trail did we ride
You carried your burden, you did it so proud
In Nebraska by starlight, we had our girl child
On the bed of the plains, on the Oregon trail

August was kind, Wyoming so fair
The game easy hunted, but we didn’t tarry
‘Cause the Blackfoot were proud, and only by grace
Did we make it to safety, to our homestead’n place
Did we make it to safety, off the Oregon trail
Lucinda, Lucinda, on the last day of my life
Your hair like the sun, you were my wife
Lucinda, Lucinda, long may you ride
Take care of the children, you know I tried

We built us a farm, after riding so far
We worked the land, with my brother and Pa
September ’57, you gave us twin sons
Your beauty that day, I hold in my breast
Your beauty that day, in the lands of the west

But, last winter was hard, and I caught me a chill
I put up a fight, but I got weaker still
I died by the fireside, in your loving arms
So sorry to leave you, my truest sweetheart
And here now I lay, off the Oregon Trail
Ever the rose, would cling to the vine
Ever my darling, your love was so fine
Ever you stood tall, Ever you smiled
Fairest you were in that wilderness wild

Lucinda, Lucinda, on the last day of my life
Your hair like the sun, you were my wife
Lucinda, Lucinda, long may you live
Take care of the children, no more can I give





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