Last Of The Silver Screen Cowboys lyrics and chords
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recorded by Rex Allen Jr.
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Last Of The Silver Screen Cowboys Recorded by Rex Allen Jr. with Rex Allen Sr. and Roy Rogers Written by Steve Dorff, Milton Brown, Snuff Garrett
C E7 Am G7 The last of the silver screen cowboys F G7 C The last of a fast dyin' breed F C Am Cattle a grazin' six guns a blazin' Dm D7 Dm G7 God knows this is what America still needs
C E7 Am G7 The last of the silver screen cowboys F G7 C Standin' tall for what he believes is right F G# C E7 Am Don't push him around cause more than one villain's found Dm G7 C That he don't back down from a fight
F Roy and Trigger we loved you C And Hoppy we saved up our dimes E7 Am For the Saturday double features D7 Dm G7 And we sat through both movies two times
F Gene Lash and Rex were our heroes C E7 Am G7 We knew good would win in the end F C Am If we could just turn back the pages D7 G7 And ride those old trails once again
C Em Am G7 The last of the silver screen cowboys F G7 C We settled the score with our fists F C Am How we loved little babies treated women like ladies D7 Dm G7 But it was only our horse that we kissed
C Em Am Then the time slipped away fore we knew it C F G7 C And you little wranglers put up your play guns and your toys F G# Em But memories don't die and we're still ridin' high
Dm G7 F C We're the last of the silver screen cowboys
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