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Mandrake Written and recorded by Tex Morton
C F I've told you of Aristocrat and good old Rocky Ned G7 C Their names will be remembered long after they are dead F C They've thrown the best of riders the greatest of all time F C G7 C But now I'll tell you all about this new outlaw of mine
F We used to call him Slippery when he came with the show G7 C But I changed his name to Mandrake there's no trick he don't know F C He tries a new one every night he never bucks the same F C G7 C Mandrake is a wizard so that's how he got his name
F Screw down the saddle make it good and tight C G7 Back from the ropes please ask him is he right C F Pick up you mate lads he had a nasty fall C G7 C They're all the same to Mandrake champions and all
F Now all you local riders come here and gather 'round G7 C Stay on his back ten seconds and I'll pay a hundred pounds F C The champion of Queensland got on to ride him round F C G7 C He rode him just two seconds one up one coming down
F A fella came in the other night to show what he could do G7 C He thought that he'd be clever so he painted his pants with glue F C Mandrake threw him easily he said huh I don't mind F C G7 C I says old chap take a look at yourself you've left your pants behind
F A new chum went up to the boys just the other night G7 C Mandrake got mixed up in the ropes and gave him a heck of a fright F C What'll I do if he skips out of the ring I heard him say F C G7 C Why you jump into the ring then pal and you'll be quiet okay
F I have a little saying it's one you ought to know G7 C It's always been my motto of my traveling Rodeo F C There never was a rider who never could be thrown F C G7 C And there never was a bronco that never could be rode
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