How Green Was The Grazin' Back Then
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How Green Was The Grazin' Back Then Recorded by Red Steagall Written by Richard Eldon O'Brien and Russell D. Steagall
C Em Am The norther came quickly the clouds filled the sky Dm D7 Dm G7 The storm brought the rain and the wind C Em Am The dugout was cold and our blankets were thin Dm G7 C But how green was the grazin' back then
Em Am Nighthawk is singing as he makes his rounds Dm D7 Dm G7 Who hears a rattle in his tins C Em Am The beef steak was stringy and the gravy was thin Dm G7 C But how green was the grazin' back then
F G7 C Am Every old man dreams of when he was young Dm G7 C And horses that run like the wind F G7 C Am In his mind he's still trailing the longhorn to Dodge Dm G7 C Oh how green was the grazin' back then
Em Am I still remember the unbroken plains Dm D7 Dm G7 Or the days of the sod busting men C Em Am But our faces were burned by the west Texas wind Dm G7 C But how green was the grazin' back then
Em Am I set on the porch in the cool evening air Dm D7 Dm G7 I miss my old cow puncher friends C Em Am When we didn't care if the gravy was thin Dm G7 C How green was the grazin' back then
F G7 C Am In our minds we were all trailing the longhorn to Dodge Dm G7 C How green was the grazin' back then
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