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Riding Down the Canyon lyrics and chords

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Riding Down the Canyon
Recorded by Gene Autry
Written by Gene Autry and Smiley Burnette

C E7 F C
When evening chores are over at our ranch house on the plain
D7 G7 C G7
And all I've got to do is lay around
C E7 F C
I saddle up my pony and ride off down the trail
D7 G7
To watch the desert sun go down

C E7 F C
Riding down the canyon to watch the sun go down
D7 G7 C G7
A picture that no artist e'er could paint
C E7 F C
White faced cattle lowing on the mountain side
D7 G7
I hear a coyote whining for its mate

Cactus plants are blooming sagebrush every where
D7 G7
Granite spires are standing all around
C E7
I tell you folks it's heaven
To be riding down the trail
D7 G7 C G7
When the desert sun goes down

Repeat #3


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