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Cowboy's Didn't Dance

VERSE 1
Am
Seven hundred head of cattle, on an F old forgotten trail.
G
Six cowboys and one old man, and a-Am-nother day in hell.

Chuck wagon laggin' behind,  F strain of a broken wheel.
G
Only thing to look forward to's a E camp fire and a meal.

VERSE 2
Am
Sleepin' 'neath an open sky, just F stars above yer' head.
G
Saddle for a pillow, and some Am sage brush for a bed.

Wakin' up tomorrow, F mearly done by chance.
G
Back when the west was wild, and E cowboy's didn't dance.

CHORUS:
C
Cowboy's didn't G dance, or Dm wear designer shirts.
F
Hearts were filled with memories, and E bodies filled with E7 hurt.
C
Sit around the G camp fire, ex-Dm-change a piercin' glance.
F
Back when the west was really wild, and E cowboy's didn't Am dance.

VERSE 3
Am
More coffee from an old tin cup, more F sweat upon the brow.
A-G-nother day of chasin', that Am same ol' lonely cow.

Every new horizon, be-F-gan a brand new day.
G
Thirteen hundred miles to go, as they E slowly make their way.

Am 'cross the plains of Texas, thru those F Colorado snows.
G
Final destination E Blackfoot Idaho.

( Repeat CHORUS )
Am
Seven hundred head of cattle, on that F old forgotten trail.
G
Now five cowboys and one old man, and a-Am-nother day of hell.