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Lonesome Rodeo Cowboy Recorded by George Strait Written by Clay Blaker
C F C I own this horse and saddle and that old Cadillac D7 G7 This broken down horse trailer and the clothes that are on my back F C G7 I know that it ain't a hell of a lot but it's all that I can show F C G7 C For seventeen years makin' my livin' ridin' the rodeos
F C My wife left me five years ago in one of them rodeo towns F C D7 G7 I can't say that I blame her much she just wanted to settle down F C G7 Oh God how I miss that woman and it hurts so to see her go F C G7 C If I was smart I woulda stuck by her but I'm hooked on this rodeo
F C G7 Now I'm just a lonesome cowboy I'm a little bit over the hill F C D7 G7 I shoulda quit this thing a long time ago but I guess I never will C F C So I keep on movin' from shore to shore hopin' to change my luck F C G7 C My good old days are all a memory but I just can't give it up
F C There was a time I used to do alright and bring home my share a dough D7 G7 But now I'm losin' out to the younger boys I guess I must be gettin' slow F C G7 If there's one thing you learn this you gotta make it on your own F C Cause when you're on top you got a million friends G7 C But when you're down buddy you're all alone
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