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Dakota (The Dancing Bear) lyrics and chords are intended for your own
personal use only, this is a very good country song recorded by Kris
Kristofferson with Rita Coolidge.
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Dakota (The Dancing Bear) Recorded by Kris Kristofferson and Rita Coolidge Written by Larry Murray
C F C Midnight touch the black hills westward on the run D7 G7 Crimson clouds to the eastward painted by the setting sun C F C Oh Jesse drove the pickup I slipped to the radio G7 C With some good time behind us and some good times ago
F C Well we pulled into the station for some water and some gasoline
I jumped when I heard sweet Jesse D7 G7 From the pump when she let out of scream C F C Oh come here quick I said hon grab your boots and comb your hair G7 C Do believe the fellow here's got an old pet dancin' bear
F C F C Dance dance Dakota dance dance until the break of day
Me and sweet Jesse ain't never seen D7 G7 A bear like that dance that well C It's a one step two step three step four F C A bottle of soda and he'll dance some more G7 F C Dance dance Dakota dance dance around the country store
There was set up camp in the pick up F C And we stayed a better day or two
Me and my baby are ramblin' around D7 G7 We couldn't think of nothing better to do C F C Jesse blow the mouth harp Dakota done the buck and wing G7 C I broke all the strings off my Fender guitar and we began to sing
G7 F C Dance dance Dakota dance dance around the country store
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