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Songs Of The Cherokee Cowboy lyrics and chords are intended for your
personal use only, it's a very pretty country song written and recorded
by Willie Nelson and Curtis Potter.
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Songs Of The Cherokee Cowboy Recorded by Curtis Potter and Willie Nelson Written by Curtis Potter and Willie Nelson
C When the neon lights come on F And the dancers take the floor G7 They lose their heartaches by the number F G7 C And troubles by the score
They come out into the nightlife F Cause it makes them feel alive G7 Sometimes the Cherokee cowboy F G7 C Give them a way to survive
Sometimes the Cherokee cowboy F Will always be around G7 Where ever there's a heartache F G7 C A thing called sadness can't be found
The come out for the good times F To lose their burning memory G Songs of the Cherokee cowboy G7 C Showed them a way to be free
He still sings like no other F Like no other ever heard G7 He takes us along with ever song F G7 C A master of each word
When a soft rain is falling F And we all say goodbye G7 Songs of the Cherokee cowboy F G7 C Will live on and never die
Songs of the Cherokee cowboy F Will always be around G7 Where ever there's a heartache F G7 C A thing called sadness can be found
They come out into the nightlife F Cause it makes them feel alive G And the songs of the Cherokee cowboy G7 C Show them a way to survive
G7 Songs of the Cherokee cowboy F G7 C Showed them a way to survive
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