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Don't Fence Me In
lyrics and chords

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Don't Fence Me In lyrics and chords are provided for your personal use. It has been recorded by Dave Dudley, Roy Rogers and others. It's a fun and easy song to learn, if has simple chords.


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Don't Fence Me In  
recorded by Dave Dudley
written by Cole Porter
Oh give me land lots of land
Under starry skies above don't fence me in

Let me ride through the wide open country
That I love don't fence me in

Let me be by myself in the evening breeze
Listen to the murmur of the cottonwood trees
G E7 C G D7 G
Send me out forever but I ask you please don't fence me in

Just turn me loose let me straddle my old
saddle underneath the western skies
On my cayuse let me wander over yonder till I see the mountain rise
I wanna ride to the ridge where the west commences
Gaze at the moon until I lose my senses
G E7 C G D7 G
Can't look at hobbles and I can't stand fences don't fence me in


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Years ago we called our music country and western, then it evolved into two separate genres. Things continued to evolve, now the only pure country music is our classic country. What's called country today is nothing like the music that we grew up with. Get out your old guitar and sing and play some of these old tunes.  Copy and paste Don't Fence Me In lyrics and chords, your older listeners will recall it as a country and western song.