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All Hat No Cattle lyrics and chords

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All Hat No Cattle
Recorded by Gene Watson
Written by Lee Bach, Billy Troy, Leroy Anderson

G7 F C
He's dressed up like a cowboy right out of Hollywood
And he's got his sights on you cross the room
B7 Em
His line are well rehearsed and if he gets lucky soon
D7 G7
He'll have you believing that he can milk the moon

C D7
Cause he's all hat and no cattle
He'll break your heart just for fun
C G7
And ride off into the setting sun
He'll try to make you think
He's riding high in the saddle
G7 C G7
He's all hat and no cattle

Under that ten gallon there's nothing really there
Those boots have never been far from town
B7 Em
He's never rode a tractor or been behind a plow
D7 G7
He shoots a lot of bull but he's never milked a cow

Repeat #2 And He's...

G7 C
He's all hat and no cattle


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