Don Scott

Don Scott

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Lebanon, Tennessee, United States
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The Cowboy's Last Ride
(c) 2001, Michael Bush/Don Procunier

Verse 1
A broken old man, all alone
Re-livin times, when he was young
When he could draw the meanest bronc to ride
He always seemed to thrill the crowds
When he'd ride they cheered so loud
He'd tip his hat and he was filled with pride

Verse 2
He fills his days with memories
Of buckles won and things he'd seen
But there's one horse that he just cant forget
If he could ride that bronc again
Somehow he knows that he could win
He'd ride him hard and there'd be no regret

Chorus 1
Cause on that day he met his match
The bronc was just too mean
And threw him way too high
And as they carried him away
He somehow knew that he had made
The Cowboy's Last Ride

Verse 3
He never quite healed from the fall
He hung his spurs up on the wall
His life was over long before the end
And now his family gathers near
The preacher speaks, and comforts tears
And in their minds he rides off once again

Chorus 2
The cowboy finally met his match
And all the people came
To say one last good-by
And as they carried him away
They all knew that he had made
The Cowboy's last ride

And as they laid him in the grave
They all knew he finally made
The Cowboy's last ride

Song Length
Country - Traditional, Country - Cowboy

Lyric Credits Michael Bush/Don Procunier
Music Credits Michael Bush/Don Procunier
Producer Credits Michael Bush