Whatever Happened To Randolph Scott lyrics and chords
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Brothers and written by Harold and Don Reid.
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Whatever Happened To Randolph Scott Recorded by The Statler Brothers Written by Don Reid and Harold Reid
G Everybody knows when you go to the show C G You can't take the kids along
You've gotta read the paper and know the code A7 D7 Of G PG and R and X
G You gotta know what the movie's about C G Before you even go C G E7 Tex Ritter's gone and Disney's dead A7 D7 G The screen is filled with sex
B7 Whatever happened to Randolph Scott C G Riding the range alone
Whatever happened to Gene and Tex A7 D7 And Roy and Rex the Du-ran-go Kid
G B7 Whatever happened to Randolph Scott C G His horse plain as can be C G E7 Whatever happened to Randolph Scott A7 D7 G Has happened to the best of me
Everybody's trying to make a comment C G About our doubts and fears
True Grit's the only movie A7 D7 I've really understood in years
G You gotta take your analyst along C G To see if it's fit to see C G E7 Whatever happened to Randolph Scott A7 D7 G Has happened to the industry
Whatever happened to Johnny Mack Brown C G And Alan Rocky Lane Whatever happened to Lash LaRue A7 D7 I'd love to see them again
G Whatever happened to Smiley Burnett C G Tim Holt and Gene Autry C G E7 Whatever happened to all of these A7 D7 G Has happened to the best of me
C G E7 Whatever happened to Randolph Scott A7 D7 G Has happened to the industry
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