Horses And Cattle by Chris LeDoux Guitar Chords by Chris LeDoux

Horses And Cattle by Chris LeDoux Guitar Chords

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My home?s in Montana, I wear a bandana,
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My spurs are silver, my horse is a bay.
    D                       G
And I?ve been a-roamin? all over Wyomin?,
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There?s plenty of work, but there ain?t too much pay.

G                    D
Me and a few boys we signed on at Dubois,
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To feed through the winter and camp out a while.
       D                             G
Come a hard hittin? norther from the Montana border,
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We tallied the frozen ones mile after mile.

D                                           G
Well they give you your three squares and a bunk to sleep there,
    D                               A
And just enough wages to keep you a round.
         D                        G
But with no place to spend it and nowhere to send it,
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You can stay out of debt if you stay out of town.

     G                       D
It?s horses and cattle and a double rig saddle,
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With a stout line, a catch twine, and a good ropin? arm.
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Wher ever there?s ranches, I?ve been takin? my chances,

D                         G
We struck out for Laramie early one Saturday,
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Spring was a breakin? the grass turnin? green.
      D                     G
Well, I took a hand in some fast movin? brandin?,
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When they offered top wages at the Bar Seven teen.

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We followed a rodeo clear up to Codeo,
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Tryin? to ride me a bronco or two.
        D                      G
Well, I busted some hosses for two or three bosses,
    D                       A      D
And lost all the wages that ever I drew.

D                                     G
Well it?s hell and high water for the Idaho border,
      D                                   A
Where I?ve got a gal if that letter don?t lie.
       D                    G
If she gives me a reason to stay through the season,
     D                         G              D
I?ll take her to Elko when the snow starts to fly.
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