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Roy Rogers – I'm An Old Cowhand (From The Rio Grande) lyrics

I'm An Old Cowhand from the Rio Grande,
and I learned to ride 'fore I learned to stand.
I'm a ridin' fool who is up to date,
I know every trail in the Lone Star State,
'cause I ride the range in a Ford V Eight.
Yippy I O Ki Ay, Yippy I O Ki Ay.

I'm An Old Cowhand from the Rio Grande,
and I come to town just to hear the band.
I know all the songs that the cowboys know,
'bout the big corral where the doagies go,
'cause I learned them all on the radio.
Yippy I O Ki Ay, Yippy I O Ki Ay.

I'm An Old Cowhand from the Rio Grande,
where the West is wild 'round the Borderland,
Where the buffalo roam around the zoo,
and the Indians make you a rug or two,
and the old Bar X is a Bar-B-Q.
Yippy I O Ki Ay, Yippy I O Ki Ay.



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