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Forty And Found Recorded by Red Steagall Written by Red Steagall and Luke Reed
C F I topped the ridge this mornin' looked across the great expanse G7 C I had to stop and thank the Lord for givin' me the chance F To make my way a horseback in a country most ain't seen G7 C We're the Pullman county cowboys on our way to Abilene
F Oh the coosie ain't too grumpy and the cattle ain't too wild G7 F G7 And the stories round the wagon even make the trail boss smile C F Now I wouldn't trade my hot roll for a feather bed in town G7 C And on top of all of this I'm gettin' forty and found
F I tell you boys I'm lucky because punchin' is my trade G7 C In my corral are memories of all the friends I've made F Like my buddy Curly Jackson and my pal Dakota Slim G7 C If the boss don't wanna pay me shoot I reckon I'd pay him
Repeat #2 Cause the coosie...
F We crossed the South Canadian we're nearly half way there G7 C Soon we'll get to change our cloths and shave and cut our hair F We'll probably whoop it up a bit and raise a little cane G7 C Then take our beds and saddles back to Texas on the train
F Now I wouldn't trade my hot roll for a feather bed in town G7 C And on top of all of this I'm gettin' forty and found
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