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Calgary Snow Recorded by Bobby Bare Written by Dave Hickey
G D7 Last Friday she said to me hey Billy Joe G Did you know either me or the rodeo goes C So I packed up and left her in Waco D7 G And drove up to ride on the bulls in the Calgary snow
C D7 Saw a sign that said riders and hauled all my riggin' inside Em Where the fellers was a braggin' A7 D7 And drawin' the stock we would ride C D7 I was doin' the same 'til I looked at the name that I'd drawn G Then I stood there and silently cried
C D7 G Oh you Calgary snow C D7 G I can't let the rodeo go C D7 B7 Em Hurt more than my pride when a bull I can't ride C D7 G Lays me low in the Calgary snow
D7 Well I knew I was beat in the hat when I drew him G And it started me drinkin' to think of the brute C Till I managed to wreck my left knee and my ankle D7 G Between the damn bull and the side of the chute
C D7 And I'm thinkin’ out loud as I fly through the clouds to the ground Em A7 D7 Hey Billy maybe you ain't the most dynamite rider around C D7 Cause you're kickin’ too late comin' out of the gate boy G But you’re great comin' gracefully down
C Well I know that I'm blown in the chute on the first go around D7 G So I give 'em my ol' what the hell grin as I get off the ground C And right then I'm a thinkin' I ain't takin' to Calgary much D7 G Ain't nothin' back in my room but a broom I can use for a crutch
C D7 G And it's cold Lord it's cold in the Calgary wind C D7 G When you're knowin' you gotta go ride the day money again C D7 B7 Em Ain't no whiskey no ether no Blanton's no pills C D7 G Gonna deaden the pain and the chill of the Calgary wind
C D7 But what more is a broken down rodeo cowboy to do Em A7 D7 Stove-up in Canada watchin' his bruises turn blue C D7 There's only one road gonna lead back to Waco and you G And it runs outta chute number two
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