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Bandito Gold Recorded by Red Steagall Written by Danny Steagall and Red Steagall
C G7 C Mid July the year that I was ten F C That summer dust blowed red in Texas skies F C Am Day and night the hot wind blowed but what I remember most F G7 C Was the look I can’t forget in daddy’s eyes
G7 C He said the yellow colt our first one that I know F C After two long years we both watched him grow F C Am But the pastures all have died and McLennan Creek runs dry F G7 C Son I’ve got to sell Bandito Gold
F Bandito Gold think of all the mighty rivers we have crossed C And all the mountains we have climbed F Bandito Gold think of all the outlaw bands D7 G7 That we’ve captured single handed in our minds
C G7 C Thank the Lord that spring we got the rain F C With thunder storms and buckets full it came F C Am Then the prairie flowers bloomed and McLennan Creek ran full F G7 C And the pastures turn to a brilliant Kelly green
G7 C And the first of May our old mare Dixie foaled F C Four white socks and a pretty yellow colt F C Am With pride we watched him grow until now he’s ten years old F G7 C But he never has replaced Bandito Gold
G7 C It’s my turn to ride my horse is in chute five F C And I’ve checked the rein and pulled my saddle tight F C Am Way out in Idaho at the Twin Falls Rodeo F G7 C I’ve drawn the outlaw horse Bandito Gold
Repeat #3 x2
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