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Wandering Star/Lee Marvin (Movie+Lyrics)

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I love everything about this song. I sing it often and loud. It reminds me of Mom because she loved the show and most of the songs. 

I was born under a wandrin’ starI was born under a wandrin’ starWheels are made for rollin’Mules are made to packI’ve never seen a sight that didn’t look better looking back 

I was born under a wandrin’ starMud can make you prisoner, and the plains can bake you drySnow can burn your eyes, but only people make you cryHome is made for comin’ from, for dreams of goin’ toWhich with any luck will never come trueI was born under a wandrin’ starI was born under a wandrin’ star

Do I know where hell is?Hell is in helloHeaven is goodbye for ever, it’s time for me to goI was born under a wandrin’ starA wandrin’ wandrin’ star

(Mud can make you prisoner, and the plains can bake you dry)(Snow can burn your eyes, but only people make you cry)(Home is made for comin’ from, for dreams of goin’ to)(Which with any luck will never come true)(I was born under a wandrin’ star)(I was born under a wandrin’ star)

When I get to heaven tie me to a treeOr I’ll begin to roam, and soon you know where I will beI was born under a wandrin’ starA wandrin’ wandrin’ star

Songwriters: ALAN JAY LERNER, FREDERICK LOEWE

Have you ever seen the show? It’s an oldy but a great one.

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  1. I saw and enjoyed the film, especially where he and Clint Eastwood sing.
    My wife and I had the privilege, once, while on vacation, of meeting Lee Marvin and Roger Moore on the movie set of Shout at The Devil, in 1976 being filmed on location at our South-African Transkei “Wild Coast”. Shout at the Devil is a British war adventure film directed by Peter R. Hunt. The film is set in Zanzibar and German East Africa in 1913–1915 and is based on a novel by Wilbur Smith which is very loosely inspired by real events (see the sinking of the SMS Königsberg). The supporting cast features supporting actress, Barbara Parkins and South-African actor Ian Holm. See the trailer here: https://youtu.be/TNlGAq45Rlo

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