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Young Dallas Cowboy lyrics and chords are intended for your personal
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Young Dallas Cowboy Recorded by David Allan Coe Written by David A. Coe and Deborah Coe
C F C I've hiked through the sage brush I ran up some rails D7 G7 I slept on the bench in a few county jails C F C And they laugh as they knocked all the wind from my sail G7 C When I was a young Dallas Cowboy
F C I've tried hard to tackle the problems at hand D7 G7 I've kicked a few habits and I've marched to the band C F C I tried hard to follow the lady of the land G7 C When I was a young Dallas Cowboy
F C I've made a few passes that weren't incomplete F C G7 I stumbled through yards on my way to the street C F C Running from beds where I did more than sleep G7 C When I was a young Dallas Cowboy
F Well he tackled the bottle and he fumbled the ball G7 C And he'd touchdown in alleys alone where he'd fall F Just to wait for his son to make up for it all G7 C When I was a young Dallas Cowboy
F When I was a baby he broke up the team G7 C Divorcin’ my momma to live with a dream F He had back in college when he was still green G7 C And I was a young Dallas Cowboy
F C Now the footballs I held did not fit in my hand D7 G7 Got me a guitar and I've got me a band C F C So don't put me down when I'm takin' my stand
G7 C Be proud of this young Dallas Cowboy
G7 C Yeah I'm proud I'm a young Dallas Cowboy G7 C Be proud of those young Dallas Cowboys
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