Riding Alone Lyrics

Rednex


publisher: ©Universal Music Publishing Group
writers: Orjan Kjell Anders Oberg
album: Track 10 in album Sex & Violins
release date: 1995
popularity : 316 users have visited this page.
length: 3:25

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I'm riding in the desert
And I'm heading into nowhere
The sun is showing me the way,
I'm riding alone
I'm looking for adventure,
'Cause I left my girl in Texas
I'm a stranger and I'm riding alone

I'm riding in the desert
And I'm heading into nowhere
The sun is showing me the way,
I'm riding alone
I'm looking for adventure,
'Cause I left my girl in Texas
I'm a stranger and I'm riding alone
(woo-hoo!)

My baby's on his way
And he's got nowhere to stay
And I wonder what he's thinking on his own
He's promised me his heart
And he says he really loves me
And I'll marry him as soon he's
Coming home

I'm riding in the desert
And I'm heading into nowhere
The sun is showing me the way,
I'm riding alone
I'm looking for adventure,
'Cause I left my girl in Texas
I'm a stranger and I'm riding alone

Working as a waitress,
The saloon is never empty
I got so many suitors all around
Although some are very handsome,
They will never get my hand
Because I'm waiting for my cowboy
To come home (woo-hoo!)

Woo-hoo!
Woo-hoo!
Wooo!

I'm riding in the desert
And I'm heading into nowhere
The sun is showing me the way,
I'm riding alone
I'm looking for adventure,
'Cause I left my girl in Texas
I'm a stranger and I'm riding alone

Woo-hoo!
Hey, hey, hey

He's riding in the desert
And he's heading into nowhere
The sun is showing him the way,
He's riding alone
He's looking for adventure,
'Cause he's left his girl in Texas
He's a stranger and he's riding alone

I'm riding in the desert
And I'm heading into nowhere
The sun is showing me the way,
I'm riding alone
I'm looking for adventure,
'Cause I left my girl in Texas
I'm a stranger and I'm riding alone

Track Listing

  • 1 Cotton-Eye Joe
  • 2 Hittin' the Hay
  • 3 Riding Alone
  • 4 Wish You Were Here
  • 5 Mary Lou
  • 6 Old Pop in an Oak
  • 7 Nowhere in Idaho
  • 8 The Sad but True Story of Ray Mingus, the Lumberjack of Bulk Rock City, and His Never Slacking Strive to Exploit the So Far Undiscovered Areas of Intention to Bodily Intercourse From the Opposite Species of His Kind, During Intake of All the Mental Condition That Could Be Derived From Fermentation.
  • 9 Fat Sally Lee
  • 10 Shooter
  • 11 McKenzie Brothers
  • 12 Rolling Home
  • 13 Wild and Free