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Quarter Circle Y Recorded by Red Steagall Written by Red Steagall and Luke Reed
C She could hear him whistling Dixie F Long before he came in sight G7 As he rode up through the horse track F G7 At the same time every night C They were starting out together F Dm A young cowboy and his bride G7 C In a dugout on the Quarter Circle Y
He could smell her apple cobbler F When he topped the canyon rim G7 He smiled inside and wondered F G7 What she ever saw in him C She dreamed of painted mansions F Dm And a pampered way of life G7 C For a dugout on the Quarter Circle Y
G7 They never had much money F G7 They were happy just the same F They were proud to have each other Dm G7 And to share his family name C Their children grew and prospered F Dm We all moved away in time G7 C From the dugout on the Quarter Circle Y
When northern winds would blow the snow F And howl for days on end G7 It only grew them closer F G7 They became the best of friends C After fifty years together F Dm They were more than man and wife G7 C They were happy on the Quarter Circle Y
After all the time as partners F Now she faced her toughest test G7 We buried him last Sunday F G7 In his favorite woolen vest C The grand kids gathered round her F Dm She remembered magic times G7 C In a dugout on the Quarter Circle Y
G7 C After fifty years together F Dm They were more than man and wife G7 C They were happy on the Quarter Circle Y
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