Two Pairs of Levis and a Pair of Justin Boots
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recorded by Red Steagall.
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Two Pairs of Levis and a Pair of Justin Boots Written and recorded by Red Steagall
C F C Now me and Ernie Taylor we left Denver yesterday G7 We's a haulin his ol' scorpion horse home C F C By the time we reached my cattle guard well it was plain to see G7 C That everything I had at home was gone
F C She didn't leave a note for me sayin' where she'd gone G7 But she ain't comin' back cause she closed all the gates C F C After seven years of rodeo she's finally turned me out G7 C I reckon she's had all that she can take
F G7 C Cause all that woman left me was one grass rope F G7 C And the trophy saddle that I'll never ride F G7 C Two pairs of levi's and a pair of Justin boots F G7 C She left them cause neither one's her size
F C She warned me a hundred times some day she'd leave G7 She'd take every single thing that she could find C F C I don't mind her takin' everything that she calls hers G7 C But damn it I don't like her takin' mine
F C What the hell I got me two more rodeos to make this week G7 It's a long way to haul that horse of mine C F C And I know they'll throw a dance up in Red Lodge Friday night G7 C And they'll be a sweet thing to take her off my mind
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