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Chris Ledoux – Utah Tribute lyrics

Stared out just a young cowboy writin' songs on a cheap guitar
Melodies were kind of rough but you knew they came from the heart
But if not for you I'd never could have ever got this far
Yeah you helped me grow and I owe you more than you'll ever know

From the days at the Terrace Ballroom well me made it up to Symphony Hall
I played my songs and you sang along and man we really had a ball
And you brought your little children and I've seen 'em all grow tall
Yeah I watched you grow and I owe you more than you'll ever know

And all the wild and wooly cowboys dancin' and yellin' for more
Your hats and suites an cowboy boots stompin' on a hardwood floor
And you qaltzed those Utah ladies beneath the spotlight glow
Yeah you helped me grow and I owe you more than you'll ever know
I owe you more than you'll ever know

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