Long And Lonesome Ride To Dalhart lyrics and chords
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recorded by Red Steagall.
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Long And Lonesome Ride To Dalhart Recorded by Red Steagall Written by Michael Martin Murphey
C There was snow on the Spanish peaks that morning F Summertime was coming to an end G7 I took a long lonesome ride to Dalhart C To try to say goodbye to my old friend
He was happy drawing wages as a cowboy F He lighted up my campfire with his songs G7 He took a long lonesome ride to Dalhart C When the grass turned brown and fall was coming on
F Oh that long and lonesome ride to Dalhart G7 But it’s time to bring the summer cattle down
Board up the shack blow out the candle
Get on down to the panhandle F G7 C When it’s time for getting down to winter ground
I took a long lonesome ride to Dalhart F Thought about the way he lost his life G7 Working over in a Kansas feed lot C Left behind three children and a wife
No one knows exactly how it happened F He was all alone when his saddle horse went down G7 He took a long lonesome ride to Dalhart C When his partner brought him back to winter ground
I took a long lonesome ride to Dalhart F There were hundreds at the church when I got there G7 Six cowboys in long black coats and black hats C Walking slowly as the fiddler played an air
The preacher said this young man just changed horses F Now he rides a white horse for the Lord G7 He took a long and lonesome ride to Dalhart C Kept on riding till he crossed the Jordan forge
Repeat #3 x2
I took the long lonesome ride to Dalhart
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