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Aristocrat lyrics and chords

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Aristocrat 
Written and recorded by Tex Morton

C F
I've seen some horses in my time but never one to buck
G7 C
As well as old Aristocrat with him I've had no luck
F C
I've traveled with the Skuthorpes and I've had lots of tries
C F G7 C
I seem to hear young Lance again as he gets up and cry

F
Come 'round and listen all you boys who think that you can ride
G7 C
I've got a horse in here that always throws them high and wide
F C
Bring your knee pad saddles I'll give a tenner flat
F C G7 C
If you can stay ten seconds on my horse Aristocrat

F
He's thrown them in the east thrown then in the west
C G7
Thrown them in the north where the riders are the best
C F
Seen him throw them high seen him lay 'em flat
G7 C
But I've yet to meet the fella who could ride Aristocrat

F
Now Mulga Ned from River's Head said fifty pounds I'll back
G7 C
Meself to turn that outlaw into a lady's hack
F C
While he rode he cracked a whip to show what he could do
F C G7 C
He went so high we understand he cut a cloud in two

F
Another guy came in to try he walks up to the chutes
G7 C
He had a cowboy saddle and a pair of fancy boots
F C
He legged him on the outlaw he thought he was a cinch
F C G7 C
Now we use his boots and saddle cause we haven't seen him since

F
A lanky guy from way out west came in to show us how
G7 C
He said I'll ride your horse sir if my saddle you'll allow
F C
When he got on the outlaw his height was six foot four
F C G7 C
He landed on his head and now he's just five foot and no more

Repeat #3

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