I'm Sleepin’ In My Leggin’s Tonight lyrics and chords
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I'm Sleepin’ In My Leggin’s Tonight Recorded by Red Steagall Written by Fletcher Jowers and Red Steagall
C F There's a big storm rollin' in I can feel it in my bones G7 C I'll bet my pay they'll run tonight but I'm praying that they don't F See the lightnin' flashin' out on the distant plains G7 C The wind sweeps cross my bedroll and the air smells just like rain
F So I'm sleepin' in my leggin's tonight G7 C My night horse is tied by my side F When lightnin' cracks and thunder rolls my mouth gets hot and dry G7 C So I'm sleepin' in my leggin's tonight
F Reminds me of a stormy night on the Brazos late last spring G7 C They'd settled on the bed ground when it began to rain F Mighty bolt of lightn' struck the ground and they were gone G7 C Three thousand head of longhorns running madly in the storm
F Little Jimmy Wilson tryin' hard to turn the lead G7 C Was the first to reach the cattle and got caught in the stampede F When the lightnin' flashed I saw him as his saddle horse went down G7 C He's sleeps beside the Chisholm trail beneath a sagebrush covered mound
F G7 F C Sight of rushin' cattle can drive a man insane F G7 F G7 Longhorns glowing in the darkness the wind the hail the rain C I'm sleepin' in my leggin's tonight
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