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Ride Cowboy Ride Recorded by Marty Robbins Written by Lee Emerson
F C Ride cowboy ride don't ride too slow G7 C Tucson's a mighty long way yet to go
G7 He started his long ride in Prescott C G7 The sun was a hundred or more C G7 On down he rode at full gallop C G7 C Into the flat desert floor
G7 Driving the big herd to Flagstaff C G7 In Prescott the letter was there C G7 Happiness soon would be sorrow C G7 C Sad news the letter did bear
G7 Your darling now lies on her deathbed C G7 Racked by fever and pain C G7 Reaching for you at her bedside C G7 C And each breath she's calling your name
G7 Forward he leaned in the saddle C G7 Pushing through mesquite and sage C G7 His head never raised for a greeting C G7 C As he passed the Wickenburg Stage
G7 In Phoenix he traded horses C G7 Now on the back of this roan C G7 He could see visions of Tucson C G7 C His darling and their lovely home
F C Ride cowboy ride don't ride too slow G7 C There's still a hundred and twenty to go
G7 In through the ranch gate he galloped C G7 And without breaking his stride C G7 He bounded out of the saddle C G7 C And rushed to his sweet darling's side
G7 Then as the dying girl saw him C G7 A smile came over her face C G7 Holding her hand as it tightened C G7 C Barely had he won the race
F C Ride cowboy ride on through the blue G7 C Ride cowboy ride she'll be waiting for you F C Ride cowboy ride on through the blue G7 C Ride cowboy ride she'll be waiting for you
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