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Buckaroos lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's a good country song recorded by Kenny Rogers.
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Buckaroos Recorded by Kenny Rogers Written by Kim Carnes and Dave Ellingson
C I've been riding all night just to get here F C Don't you be throwing us out so soon
Across the whole damn south with cotton mouth G7 Now we got some drinking to do
C We've been stuck on the range for 45 days F C And that's a long long time
We ain't leaving this place till there's a smile on our face G7 C And the whole room is a friend of mine
F C So won't you line 'em all up and slide 'em all down F C And let's hear the jukebox roll F We've been livin' on bacon and beans
Playin' the Jacks and the Queens D7 G7 But we still got some money to blow F C And the times ain't wild enough F C We dig our spurs in the make 'em jump F G7 C We're ridin' shotgun with the devil we're the buckaroos
My name is Gideon Tanner I've been a man of good manners F C I won't dance 'til the ladies ask me
I simply tip my hat I smile and sit back G7 And then I wait for that friendly stampede
C I started dancin' so tight that this girl turned white F C I thought she must be passin' away
I said now don't let me down cause when I hit this town G7 C I've got to live my whole life in a day
F C And if the times ain't wild enough F C We dig our spurs in the make 'em jump F G7 C We're ridin' shotgun with the devil we're the buckaroos
F G7 C We're ridin' shotgun with the devil we're the buckaroos F G7 C We're ridin' shotgun with the devil we're the buckaroos
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