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only, it's a very good country song recorded by the Statler Brothers.
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Cowboy Buckaroo Recorded by The Statler Brothers Written by Mason Williams
G C G I was raised on matinees on Saturday afternoons A7 D7 Looking up at Hoppy Gene and Roy oh boy G C G And I grew up a thinking the best a man could do C G A7 D7 G Is be a rootin' tootin' straight shootin' cowboy buckaroo
F G C G Spurs a jangling whoopi-ti-yi-yay F G A7 D7 Just a wrangling to every single day G C G C Yoodel-ei yodel-ei yodel-ei ooo G A man should be a rootin' tootin' A7 D7 G Straight shootin' cowboy buckaroo
C G A buckaroo's a cowboy who believes in what is good A7 D7 A buckaroo wouldn't hurt you if he could if he could G C G I ain't afraid to say it cause I ain't afraid of you C G A7 D7 G I'm a rootin' tootin' straight shootin' cowboy buckaroo
C G Should we be the way we are or be how we could be A7 D7 Could illusion become reality G C G I've got to ask the question cause the answer's overdue C G A7 D7 G Why can't we all ride together and be cowboy buckaroos
C G A7 D7 G Why can't we all ride together and be cowboy buckaroos
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