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I can see that lone star from a thousand miles
away Calling me back home though I’ve ventured
far astray When I see that beacon shining for me all
alone It calls me back to Texas and to home Lone star shine down on my home town
Fill my memory light my way Cattle in the old corral, the open range all
’round Sunlight and the smell of new mown hay
I remember though I’ve wandered and much happiness I’ve found Still I wish that I could be back there today I know my home is waiting for me by the river
shore I know that all the ones I love would welcome
me once more In dreams I see them now though it seems I’m
bound to roam My thoughts are still of Texas and of home (Instrumental break) my name is Va 🙂 (Instrumental break) Cattle in the old corral, the open range all
’round Sunlight and the smell of new mown hay
I remember though I’ve wandered and much happiness i’ve found Still I wish that I could be back there today I know my home is waiting for me by the river
shore I know that all the ones I love would welcome
me once more In dreams I see them now though it seems I’m
bound to roam My thoughts are still of Texas and of home Heartaches by the number
Troubles by the score Every day you love me less
Each day I love you more Yes, I’ve got heartaches by the number
A love that I can’t win But the day that I stop counting
That’s the day my world will end heartaches number one was when you left me i never knew, i could hurt this way and heartaches number two was when you came back again you came back but never meant to stay
yes I’ve got heartaches by the number troubles by the score every day you love
me less each day I love you more yes I’ve got heartaches by the number I
love I can’t win but the day that I stop counting that’s the day my world will end Heartache number three was when you called me And said that you were comin’ back to stay With hopeful heart I waited for your knock on the door I waited but you must have lost your way Yes, I’ve got
Heartaches by the number Troubles by the score
Every day you love me less Each day I love you more Yes, I’ve got heartaches by the number
A love that I can’t win But the day that I stop counting
That’s the day my world will end I’m going under, getting over you
I’m going under, drowning in these blues I’m down so doggone low
have to look up to see the soles of my shoes I’m going under, getting over you For a little while
I thought that I could smile And everything was rosy and fine But then it set in
You were leaving And now I’m going out of my mind I’m going under, getting over you
I’m going under, drowning in these blues I’m down so doggone low
I have to look up to see the soles of my shoes I’m going under, getting over you Now I walk around
My heart on the ground
Hurt and lonely since I don’t have you Barely hanging on
I’m almost gone
And now I wish I hadn’t been untrue I’m going under, getting over you
I’m going under, drowning in these blues I’m down so doggone low
I have to look up to see the soles of my shoes (I’m going under, getting over you (X2)) Lazy Day Blues – Bert Weedon Be sure it’s true when you say, “I love you”
It’s a sin to tell a lie Millions of hearts have been broken
Just because these words were spoken I love you, yes I do, I love you
If you break my heart I’ll die So be sure it’s true
When you say I love you It’s a sin to tell a lie (spoken interlude)
Be sure it’s true when you say I love ya honey because you got sense enough to know it’s a sin to tell a lie A whole lotta folks’ hearts have done been
broken Just over a whole lotta foolish words that
been spoken. I love you, yes I do, I love you
If you break my heart I’ll die So be sure it’s true
When you say I love you It’s a sin to tell a lie In the shadow of the valley
I would like to settle down Wide open space
Wind on my face A distant horizon
The moon on the crest In the shadow of the valley
That I love best You have always waited for me
And you always will be there Sage brush and pine
Old friends of mine A little bit further
I will find my rest In the shadow of the valley
That I love best (Instrumental break) I have wandered many places
But they’re all the same to me Nowhere I’ve found
To settle down A little bit further
I’ll find my rest In the shadow of the valley
That I love best (X2) Play the guitar; play it again, my Johnny
Maybe you’re cold, but you’re so warm inside I was always a fool for my Johnny
For the one they call Johnny Guitar Play it again
Johnny Guitar What if you go, what if you stay, I love you
What if you’re cruel, you can be kind I know There was never a man like my Johnny
Like the one they call Johnny Guitar (Instrumental break) There was never a man like my Johnny
Like the one they call Johnny Guitar Play it again
Johnny Guitar Happy Times – Bert Weedon the song that make u high…in the night Stars of the midnight ranges
Shining through the night Stars of the midnight ranges
Light my way tonight While my herd is grazin’
Guide them til the dawn Watch them while I’m sleepin’
Till the stars are gone those night wander around the mojave… Candles up in heaven
Lend your light so strange Guide my weary dogies
Stars of the midnight range To the town of Agua Fria rode a stranger one
fine day Hardly spoke to folks around him, didn’t have
too much to say No one dared to ask his business, no one dared
to make a slip The stranger there among them had a big iron
on his hip
Big iron on his hip It was early in the morning when he rode into
the town He came riding from the south side slowly
lookin’ all around “He’s an outlaw, loose and running,” came
the whisper from each lip “And he’s here to do some business with the
big iron on his hip”
Big iron on his hip In this town there lived an outlaw by the
name of Texas Red Many men had tried to take him and that many
men were dead He was vicious and a killer, though a youth
of twenty four And the notches on his pistol numbered one
and nineteen more, one and nineteen more Now the stranger started talking, made it
plain to folks around Was an Arizona ranger, wouldn’t be too long
in town He came here to take an outlaw back alive
or maybe dead And he said it didn’t matter – he was after
Texas Red After Texas Red Wasn’t long before the story was relayed to
Texas Red But the outlaw didn’t worry; men that tried
before were dead Twenty men had tried to take him, twenty men
had made a slip Twenty one would be the ranger with the big
iron on his hip Big iron on his hip The morning passed so quickly it was time
for them to meet It was twenty past eleven when they walked
out in the street Folks were watching from the windows; everybody
held their breath They knew this handsome ranger was about to
meet his death
About to meet his death There was forty feet between them when they
stopped to make their play And the swiftness of the ranger is still talked
about today Texas Red had not cleared leather ‘fore a
bullet fairly ripped And the ranger’s aim was deadly with the big
iron on his hip Big iron on his hip It was over in a moment and the folks had
gathered round There before them lay the body of the outlaw
on the ground Oh he might have went on livin’, but he made
one fatal slip When he tried to match the ranger with the
big iron on his hip Big iron on his hip Big iron, big iron
When he tried to match the ranger with the big iron on his hip
Big iron on his hip (Don Burnham)
I’ve wrangled, and I’ve rambled, and I’ve rodeoed around I’ve never once thought of settling down But darlin’, the moment I laid eyes on you
I knew my ramblin’ days were through (Patty Kistner)
Made up my mind a long time ago When the right man came along, somehow I’d
know Heart as true, eyes as blue, and his smile
as wide
As a western sky (Both)
Let’s ride into the sunset together Stirrup to stirrup, side by side
When the day is through, I’ll be here with you Into the sunset we will ride (yodeling) (Patty Kistner)
I’ll be your cowgirl, if you’ll be my cowboy (Don Burnham)
You’ll be my Dale, I’ll be your Roy (Both)
When the day is done, homeward we’ll be wending Like a movie with a happy ending (Both)
Let’s ride into the sunset together Stirrup to stirrup, side by side
When the day is through, I’ll be here with you Into the sunset we will ride (yodeling) Roundhouse Rock – Bert Weedon Tell me what’s in a kiss
If your heart’s not in it
We could have wedded bliss
If we’d only begin it I’m feelin’ low down
You know what I’m talkin’ about You let the blues move in, now I’m movin’
out This old house ain’t a home
With no love inside it
We set out pretty strong
Now we just can’t fight it I’m leavin’ today
I don’t want to argue or shout You let the blues move in, now I’m movin’
out What’s the use in buyin’ a car
If you won’t buy gasoline We used to be two under par
Now we can’t get on the green
I don’t know where it went
But it sure went a-flyin’
Love’s like dough that’s been spent
Now there’s no use a-cryin’
Tell me where can I go
East or west or north or due south You let the blues move in, now I’m movin’
out (Instrumental break) What’s the use in buyin’ a car
If you won’t buy gasoline We used to be two under par
Now we can’t get on the green
I don’t know where it went
But it sure went a-flyin’
Love’s like dough that’s been spent
Now there’s no use a-cryin’
Tell me where can I go
East or west or north or due south You let the blues move in, now I’m movin’
out (X2) I’m so blue without you
Thought our love was true Then you found someone new You love me so but let me go
Now I’ll never know How our love would go Waiting, watching the stars up above
Hoping that I could win back your love I’m so blue without you
Thought our love was true Then you found someone new (Instrumental break) Waiting, watching the stars up above
Hoping that I could win back your love I’m so blue without you
Thought our love was true Then you found someone new Thought our love was true
Then you found someone new 🙁 It’s a sin, my darlin’, how I love you
Because I know our love can never be It’s a sin to keep this memory of you
When silence proves that you’ve forgotten me The dream I built for us has tumbled
Each promise broken like my heart It’s a sin, my darlin’, how I love you
So much in love and yet so far apart (Instrumental break) It’s a sin to hide behind this heartache
To make believe that I’ve found someone new It’s a sin to say that I don’t miss you
When people know I’m still in love with you I’m sure you’re happy with another
Who shares the love I couldn’t win Why pretend that I can live without you
When deep inside I know that it’s a sin i like it’s a sin the most, XD, 4:00PM, finally done sub. sep12-18. updated sub nov27-18, now it’s perfect.