Happy Trails

Happy Trails may refer to:

  • "Happy Trails" (song), the theme song of The Roy Rogers Show
  • Happy Trails (album), a 1968 album by Quicksilver Messenger Service
  • Happy Trails (video game), a 1983 video game by Activision
  • Happy Trails! (Bloom County), the eighth published collection of Bloom County cartoons, by Berke Breathed

Other articles related to "happy trails":

Who Do You Love? (2005 Film) - Notable Renditions - Quicksilver Messenger Service
... Single by Quicksilver Messenger Service from the album Happy Trails B-side "Which Do You Love" Released March 1969 (1969-03) Format 7" 45 rpm record Recorded Fillmore East, New York ... minute adaptation was included on Quicksilver's second album, Happy Trails that was edited from 1968 recordings at the Fillmore East and/or Fillmore West ... The Happy Trails record album, with the song taking up the entire first side, became a best seller at #27 in the album chart, also in 1969 ...
Quicksilver Messenger Service - Early Career
... It was followed by Happy Trails, released in early 1969 and largely recorded live at the Fillmore East and the Fillmore West ... In 2003 Happy Trails was rated at No ... based on Bo Diddley's Who Do You Love?, featured on Happy Trails ...
Happy Trails (song)
... Happy Trails" by Dale Evans Rogers, was the theme song for the 1940s and 1950s radio program and the 1950s television show starring Roy Rogers and Dale Evans Rogers, always sung over the end ... Happy Trails was released in 1952 as a 78 RPM and 45 RPM by Rogers and Evans with the Whippoorwills and Orchestra on RCA Victor Records ... In 1951, Foy Willing wrote a song titled "Happy Trails" for the Republic Pictures movie, Spoilers of the Plains, starring Roy Rogers with Foy Willing and the Riders of the Purple Sage ...

Famous quotes containing the words trails and/or happy:

    My noisy denunciation trails off in doubt.
    Mason Cooley (b. 1927)

    You are as happy as you think you are, but not necessarily as miserable as you imagine.
    Mason Cooley (b. 1927)