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Trent Willmon - Good Horses To Ride (Chord)
Album: A Little More Livin' (2006)
Submitter: twizzle05 (121) on 6/18/06
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Good Horses to Ride
Willmon/Foster
A Little More Livin'


INTRO: C  G  Dm  G  F

    C                  G
Old Tut was a cowboy I knew years ago
            Dm           G            F
Could put a stretch in a story like a forty foot rope
C                       G
Young and wide eyed I believed every word
      Dm               G           F
As he rambled thru the canyons and stampeded herds
G
Swore there were still Comanches in them breaks to the south
          F
He'd seen good hand ride in there that never rode out


INTRO

         C                           G
He had a horse he called Dollar that twice saved his life
        Dm         G                 F
He lost him to Jim Shoulders playin' poker one night
     C                    G
When I turned 18 I packed up and left home
        Dm              G           F             G
Tut was pretty old back then and by now he's long gone


CHORUS:
Am                          Dm
I've heard it said that old cowboys don't die
         F
They get put out to pasture way up in hte sky
      Am                     Dm
So if God's got a Heaven for old cowboy legends
           F
I hope the grass is green on the other side
    Dm       G              C
And he's got good horses to ride


INTRO

C                                                  G
Now the folks back home would tell ya Tut was just crazy and old
    Dm        G             F
But I still believe in conquistador gold
          C                    G
And those memories look like a mirage in the distance
        Dm            G         F
Staring out from this prison of urban existence
   G
So I saddle up and I go back now and then
   F                           G
To remember who I was and just forget where I am


SOLO

        C                       G
Now the concrete and steel they spread out like a plague
   Dm         G           F
Consuming the rivers, the mountains and the plains
C                            G
Then one of these days it'll all be gone
    Dm            G           F           G
But somwhere that spirit will always live on


CHORUS (end on Dm  G)

     Dm            G         C
Yeah he's got good horses to ride


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