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Six Thousand Miles Of Wire Recorded by Red Steagall Written by Russell D. Steagall and Danny M. Steagall
C F C When we first saw the plains there was nothing but grass F C G7 No trees to block your line of sight F C G7 Am You could get lost for days with no land mark to guide you F G7 F G7 C Especially ridin' at night especially ridin' at night
F C Then Mr. Ab Blocker brought in the first herd F C G7 Not one of them wearin' a brand F C G7 Am He took a small twig said this here's a *** F G7 F G7 C As he drew XIT in the sand he drew XIT in the sand
Am G7 F C Three million acres is our bosses domain F C G7 We were knights of the prairie for hire Am G7 F C Then we fenced up the kingdom in the pastures with traps Dm Em G7 With six thousand miles of wire Dm G7 C With six thousand miles of wire
F C We branded those steers with the XIT iron F C G7 And the thousands he brought after that F C G7 Am When we turned them all loose no fencing to stop 'em F G7 The country was open and flat F G7 C The country was open and flat
F C We hated the wire when they set the first post F C G7 No wide open country to ride F C G7 Am But the stock doesn't drift so far now in the winter F G7 And the wild ones with no place to hide F G7 C Slick ears have no place to hide
Dm G7 C There was six thousand miles of wire
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