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Where Are The Heroes lyrics and chords

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Where Are The Heroes
Recorded by Rex Allen Jr.
Written by Curtis Allen, Rex Allen Jr, Denny Demarco

C
Cowboys and outlaws on big movie screens
Dm G7
Good guys and bad guys and horses with names
C Am F D7
Gone not forgotten just rolled outta town
C G7 C G7
And all are a part of my memory now

C
Saturday mornings the posse would meet
Dm G7
With cap guns and bicycles out in the street
C Am F D7
We'd all dress like cowboys and go get in line
C G7 C
To cheer for our heroes just one more time

F G7 C
Where are the heroes for my boy today
F G7 C
Who'll make the memories for him when he's gray
F G7 C Am
Will he never ride on the range like I did
A# G7 C
Will he ever learn what it means to have heroes


Box-tops and coupons I'd send for far away
Dm G7
For an autographed picture I still have today
C Am F D7
And I'll never forget the day he came to town
C G7 C
And I got to follow my hero around

Repeat #3

G7 C
To have heroes

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