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I Can Still Make Cheyenne lyrics and chords are intended for your
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I Can Still Make Cheyenne Recorded by George Strait Written by Aaron Baker and Erv Woolsey
C F Her telephone rang bout a quarter till nine C G7 F She heard his voice on the other end of the line G7 She wondered what was wrong this time C F She never knew what his calls might bring C G7 With a cowboy like him it could be anything F G7 C G7 And she always expected the worst in the back of her mind
C F He said it's cold out here and I'm all alone C G7 F Didn't make the short go again and I'm coming home G7 I know I've been away too long C F I never got a chance to write or call C G7 And I know this rodeo has been hard on us all F G7 C But I'll be home soon and honey is there something wrong
F G7 She said don't bother coming home Am G7 F By the time you get here I'll be long gone C G7 F G7 There's somebody new and he sure ain't no rodeo man F G7 He said I'm sorry it's come down to this Am G7 F There's so much about you that I'm gonna miss C G7 F But it's alright baby if I hurry I can still make Cheyenne C G7 F G7 Gotta go now baby if I hurry I can still make Cheyenne
C F He left that phone danglin' off the hook C G7 F Then slowly turned around and gave it one last look G7 Then he just walked away C F He aimed his truck toward that Wyoming line C G7 With a little luck he could still get there in time F G7 C And in that Cheyenne wind he could still hear her say Repeat #3
C F She never knew what his calls might bring C G7 With a cowboy like him it could be anything F G7 C And she always expected the worst in the back of her mind
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