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Ian Tyson The

rodeo's over the, folks have gone home and

the cowboys are all down the road well

boys she, was a good un we, kicked a hole in the sky and

even the rank ones got rode it

was as wild as they come and it was almighty western and

none of us thought it would end but

finish it did with, a bang and a whisper and

now I must leave you my friend We

may do it again in some future season but

somehow it won't be the same 'cause

our draws will be different and our injuries healed and

it's likely the weather will change so

take from the lessons and be glad for the memories of

the days that we rode in the sun for

after today there, ll?be no man can claim that

we didn't have us a good run So

burn all the blankets and dry all the tears we

can always go further out west and

I'll meet you out there in the vastness somewhere I

swear it but first I must rest

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