Arnold, Eddy - Tumbling Tumbleweeds Lyrics




See them tumbling down
Pledgin' their love to the ground
Lonely but free I'll be found
Driftin' along with a tumbling tumbleweed

Cares of the past are behind
Nowhere to go but I'll find
Just where the trail will wind
Drifitn' along with a tumbling tumbleweed

I know when night has gone
That a new world's born at dawn
I'll keep rollin' along
Deep in my heart is a song
Here on the range I belong
Driftin' along with a tumbling tumbleweed

I'm a roamin' cowboy
Ridin' all day long
Tumbleweeds around me
Sing their lonely song
Nights underneath the prairie moon
I'll ride along and sing a tune

I'll keep rollin' along
Deep in my heart is a song
Here on the range I belong
Driftin' along with a tumbling tumbleweed

Driftin' along with a tumbling tumbleweed...





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Arnold, Eddy Tumbling Tumbleweeds Comments
  1. Robert M. Trolinder

    His voice sure was easy on the ears!❤

  2. Gerald Jakicic

    Mm:mmj.

  3. Gladys Carroll

    My Daddy loved this song! Back in the '40s

  4. Keith Kimmey Sr

    Youre very welcome Eddy was Great and so was Faron Young Thanks again for both of their Great Songs

  5. dvdman49

    Thanks for the listen!

  6. Keith Kimmey Sr

    Really love Eddys version Thanks Keith

  7. candd87

    Have you got Edmund Hockridge singing thi song

  8. billbitt96

    Canada too, which is part of America.

    Carol Cripps

    billbitt96 Uh, no. Canada is part of the North American continent, but is a sovereign nation. We Canadians may be self-effacing and polite, but suggest that we are part of America will get you a black eye at the very least.

    Myra1959

    Carol Cripps That's right. Canada is not part of the United States.

  9. billbitt96

    Got a recording of him doing it? Thanks for the thought. They guys were great back in those days and they made America great, and helped all the world.

  10. billbitt96

    Wish I could say thanks to my Grandfather for introducing me to the music of Eddie Arnold.

  11. candd87

    Remember this song sung by Edmund Hockridge from the Canadian Beaver Club in London in W W 2

    Steve Roberts

    An American original with a voice second to none. Far surpasses for what what passes as country music today.