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Good Ride Cowboy Chords (ver.1)

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Good Ride Cowboy Chords (ver.1)

Garth Brooks
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Verse 1:

          D
       G                D
Where life’s wooly and wild
        D
Came a Navy brat in a cowboy
           E7
And that Copenhagen smile
           D
And from buckin’ broncs to honky tonks
     G            G/f#   Em
He always sang a cowboy song
         D                      B7
We were much too young, havin’, too much fun
   G      A       D
As we all sang along

Chorus:
        G           D
We sang Life’s A Highway
              G                          D
There’s only one way you’re gonna get through
          G                   D           B7
When she starts to twists, be more like Chris
          E7                  A
Pull your hat down tight and just LeDoux it!!
             D
When that whistle blows and that crowd explodes
         G             G/f#      E
And them pickup men are at your side
               D         A            D
They tell you good ride cowboy, good ride






Verse 2: (Change key to E)
           E
     A                      E
Once again he was spinning round
      E
Took the whole world on
F7                          B
And he turned us on to that western under ground
         E
And from Bareback Jack to This Cowboy's Hat

A                A/Ab             F#m
His songs were stronger than his pain
         E                   C7
He would not slow down from town to town
               A      B        E
Like children running thru the rain

Chorus:

Repeat Chorus:

Tag:
D
I bet he crossed that river Jordan
                               G
With Saint Peter on the other side
         D         A            D      G
Singin’ Good Ride Cowboy, Good Ride!
     D        A             D
Say Good Ride Cowboy, Good Ride!

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                       In Loving Memory Of:
                
                           Chris LeDoux
            
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