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by Red Steagall.
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Tight Levis and Yellow Ribbon Recorded by Red Steagall Written by Glenn Sutton and Red Steagall
C G7 I was born and raised in the Red Clay Hills of Texas F G7 C In the land where the grass gets only beer can tall F That's where I learned to cuss and fight and chew Brown Mule Tobacco D7 G7 Fix windmills fore I was five years old
F C I rode every head of stock from the Gulf to Kansas City G7 And running wild is all I've ever known F C This cowboy's got a weakness tight Levis and yellow ribbons F G7 C And there's something bout 'em I can't leave alone
F G7 C Tight Levis and yellow ribbons make a cowboy swim the river F G7 C That's before he jumps he knows is way too wide F G7 C And they'll make him throw a saddle on a bronc he's never seen F G7 C And one he knows he'll never break to ride
G7 I met her at a rodeo in Douglas Arizona F G7 C I'd drawn the meanest horse a man could draw F I rode him tall and spurred him high and when I beat the whistle D7 G7 When the crowd went wild she was all I saw
F C That night we had a beer or two with friends of mine from Dallas G7 She smiled and said she loved the Texas drawl F C I felt like Roy Rogers did in all those cowboy movies F G7 C Cause I became the hero got the money girl and all
F G7 C Yeah they'll make him throw a saddle on a bronc he's never seen F G7 C And one he knows he'll never break to ride
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