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Video Karaoke The Cowboy Song - Garth Brooks

Este tema es una versión de The Cowboy Song, que popularizó Garth Brooks

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El formato CDG (también llamado CD+G o MP3+G) es compatible con la mayoría de los reproductores de karaoke. Incluye un archivo MP3 y la letra sincronizada (Versión Karaoke solo vende archivos digitales (MP3+G) y NO recibirás un CD).

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Con coros (con o sin voces en la versión KFN)

Tempo: variable (alrededor de 135 BPM)

Tonalidad idéntica al original: D

Duración: 04:05 - Escuchar en: 02:27

Fecha de publicación: 1993
Géneros: Country, En inglés
Compositor original: Roy Robinson

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Letra The Cowboy Song

Pushin' horns weren't easy like the movie said it was
And I don't recall no dance hall girls or hotel rooms with rugs
You worked hot and tired and nasty
Rode your pony's head too low
And there were all the nights you couldn't sleep 'cos it was too damn cold
And you'd sing
Strawberry Roan and Little Joe
Like the time we hit the river and the rains began to fall
And the water was risin' so damn fast we thought it'd drown us all
We lost a lot of steers that day and four to five good mounts
But when all the boys rode into camp we knew that's what counts
And we sang
Yippee Ti Yi Yay and Amazing Grace
Or the night they broke behind us and then took us by surprise
I whistled out to Bonner
I seen the terror in his eyes
And he rode for all his horse would ride and I know he done his best
But he crossed over Jordan ridin' Donny to his death
And we sang
Bringing in the Sheaves and The Rugged Cross
So when you see the cowboy he's not ragged by his choice
He never meant to bow them legs or put that gravel in his voice
He's just chasin' what he really loves and what's burnin' in his soul
Wishin' to God that he'd been born a hundred years ago
Still singin'
Strawberry Roan and Little Joe

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