This Circus That You Call A Rodeo lyrics and chords
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This Circus That You Call A Rodeo Recorded by Gene Watson Written by Eddy G. Futch, Monty H. Holmes and Michael Penn Huffman
C You pulled up in that limousine F C Said cowboy let me take you for a ride F It was obvious to me I was something new C That you had never tried
F So I gathered up my saddle took my hat off C Am And I dusted off my cloths F And crawled into the backseat G7 C Of this circus that you call a rodeo
I spent a week in heaven F C Making love and drinking beer out by the pool F Every night a different party I was fitting in C With all those other fools
F But too much of a good thing C Am Ain't no good thing as a cowboy oughta know F The difference in a real thing G7 C And this circus that you call a rodeo
F You said ride cowboy ride C We're bullet proof and almost 10 feet tall F I said maybe you are but I'm whipped C Am And I can't hardly even ride at all F Ain't there any letting go G7 C In this circus that you call a rodeo
I've done a lot of crazy things F C This may not be the worst but it comes close F I've busted bulls and they've busted me and I've paid C The price for everything I’ve rode
F And it breaks my heart to tell you C Am But I'm leaving this old dog and pony show F I've had all that I can handle G7 C In this circus that you call a rodeo
F Ain't there any letting go G7 C In this circus that you call a rodeo
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