Chris Ledoux

Chris Ledoux - John Ed Sang Cowpoke guitar chord

PLAY THIS TUNE WITH A SINGLE STRUM AT EACH INDICATED CHORD EXCEPT WHERE

NOTED.

When the (Am)rodeo was (C)over, we’d (F)all go to the (C)room.

We’d (Am)drink some beer re(C)lax awhile and (F)sing some cowboy (G)tunes.

That (Am)old guitar we (C)passed around, it was (F)battered, scratched, and

(C)broke.

But (F)Lord it sounded (C)mighty (Am)fine, when (F/Begin free strum)John Ed

sang

"Cow(Am)poke".

(Coo or Croon while playing in free strum) C F Am x 2

(Am)Ben he’d think of (C)some old tune, and he’d (F)really wail a(C)way.

(Am)Dunder’d play the (C)spoons and sing un(F)til the break of (G)day.

(Am)Clyde he’d tell a (C)poem or two and old (F)Rich he’d crack a (C)joke.

But (F)damn it nearly (C)make you (Am)cry when (F/Begin free strum)John Ed

sang

"Cow(Am)poke".

(Coo or Croon while playing in free strum) C F Am x 2

(Am)Someday this road I (C)travel, Lord (F)I will leave be(C)hind.

But (Am)memories of the (C)things I’ve seen will (F)never leave my (G)mind.

On a (Am)quiet summer’s (C)evenin’ when the (F)sun is sinking (C)low,

I’ll (F)think again of (C)days gone (Am)by when (F/Begin free strum)John Ed

sang

"Cow(Am)poke".

(Coo or Croon while playing in free strum) C F Am x 2

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