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The Gosh Darn
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story song about the automobile that was written and recorded by Johnny
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The Gosh Darn Wheel Written and recorded by Johnny Horton
C Well it was down at Old Ranch Eagle where I first ran across Am That strange two wheel contraception that upset me in the dust C Am C Simply got up and throwed me romped around upon my head G7 C Shot straight up in lightning order so Ike the ranch boss said
T'was a tenderfoot who rode it those wheelings so they say Am For his help from New York City out to San Francisco Bay C Am C He stopped by the ranch house to get himself a good square meal G7 C Never dreamt us boys would monkey with his gosh darn wheel
Started in with Arizona when he says to Ike McGill Am I guess you found a limit to your bronco riding skill C Am C He said ol' boy but you will find a different deal G7 C When you throw your chaparritas around that gosh darn wheel
Well when he slurs upon my talent makes me madder than a mink Am So I told him I would ride him for amusement of the chink C Am C I said if you don't believe me just to get her by the snout G7 C Put a rope around her muzzle and to lead the critter out
Well I done as I requested and I gave the word to go Am I pushed the gas to start her and she wasn't very slow C Am C The grade was kinda sloping from the ranch house to the creek G7 C And I went-a tearing through there like a crazy lightning streak
All the boys they went to hollering stay with her uncle Bill Am Put your spurs in her shoulder turn her muzzle up the hill C Am C Well I done as they requested but my plan it wouldn't work G7 C When my spurs went in it's shoulders my face went in the dirt
Well the next that I remember I was lying on the ground Am Out in front of Old Ranch Eagle with my comrades gathered around C Am C They were putting peach tree poultices on my hide where it was ripped G7 C Some of the boys said Arizona you must have gotten whipped
Well I can take the wildest bronco from the wild and woolly west Am I can rope him I can ride him let him do his level best C Am C I can ride the toughest steer that ever wore a Texas brand G7 C And in any disagreement I can play a leading hand
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