Me And You And A Dog Named Boo – Perry Como

the bright red Georgia clay,
how it stuck to the tires after the summer rain. . .
Will-power made that ol’ car go,
a woman’s mind told me that it’s so,
Oh! how I wish we were back on the road again. . .

Me an’ you an’ a dog named Boo,
travelin’ and livin’ off the land. . .
Me an’ you an’ a dog named Boo,
How I loved bein’ a free man. . .

I can still recall,
the wheat fields of St. Paul,
and the mornin’ we got caught robbin’ from an old hen. . .
Old MacDonald, he made us work,
but then he paid us for what it was worth,
another tank of gas an’ back on the road again. . .

Well, I’ll never forget that day,
we motored stately into Big L. A.
the lights of the city put settling-down in my brain. . .
Though it’s only a month or so,


Lyric Me And You And A Dog Named Boo – Perry Como