I'm an old cowhand Cowboy Songs


 I'm an old cowhand Cowboy Songs

Cowboy songs are a genre of folk music that originated in the western United States and Canada. They often deal with themes of cowboys, ranch life, and the American Old West. Cowboy songs may be ballads, hymns, or dance tunes, and they are typically characterized by their use of western themes and imagery, as well as their use of guitar, fiddle, and other instruments commonly associated with country and western music. 

Cowboy songs have been an important part of American folk music for centuries and have had a significant influence on the development of country and western music. Some of the most famous cowboy songs include "Home on the Range," "Red River Valley," "Tumbling Tumbleweeds," and "The Streets of Laredo."

I'm an old cowhand Cowboy Songs

I'm an old cowhand from the Rio Grande

But my legs ain't bowed and my cheeks ain't tanned

I'm a cowboy who never saw a cow

Never roped a steer 'cause I don't know how

Sure ain't a fixin' to start in now

Ho, yippie-ya-yo-kayay


I'm an old cowhand and I come down from the Rio Grande

And I learned to ride, ride, 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 V8

Oh, yippie-ya-yo-kayay (yip-yip-yip)



We're old cowhands from the Rio Grande

And we come to town just to hear the band

We know all the songs that the cowboys know

'Bout the Big Corral where the doggies go

We learned them all on the radio

Ho, Yippie-ya-yo-kayay (yip-yip-yip)


I'm just an old cowhand (oh, yeah, too hot for you uncle?), down from the Rio Grande

Oh, where the West is wild all around the Borderland

Where the buffalo roam around the zoo

And the engines run up a rug or two

And the old Bar X is just a barbecue, yeah



I'm a pioneer who began from scratch

I don't bat an eye in a shootin' match

They don't call me 'Elmer', they call me 'Satch'



Yippie-ya-yo-kayay, woah!

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