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Where do cowboys go, Michael martin murphey

#----------------------------------PLEASE NOTE---------------------------------# #This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the # #song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. # #------------------------------------------------------------------------------# # Date: 2/3/98; 11:54:32 AM From: "Christensen, LeonW" <LeonW_Christensen@ATK.COM> Subject: Where Do Cowboys Go When They Die?/Reincarnation By Michael Marti n Murphey Where Do Cowboys Go When They Die?/Reincarnation Written By Michael Martin Murphey and Chick Rains Poem By Wallace McCrae Recorded By Michael Martin Murphey Where Do Cowboys Go When They Die? / Reincarnation Sung: F Bb Where do cowboys go when they die? C7 F Is there a place in the sweet bye and bye? F Bb Where the water is clean and the grass grows free C7 F and there ain't a cloud in the sky Recitation: "What is reincarnation?" A cowboy asked his friend. His friend replied "Well Son, it happens when your life has reached its end. You see, they comb your hair and they wash your neck and they clean your fingernails. And they you down in a batted box far away from life's prevails. Now the box and you goes in a hole that's been dug into the ground. And reincarnation starts when you're planted beneath the mound. You see the box melts down just like the clods(?) with you who is inside. And then, you're just beginning your transformation ride". Sung: F Bb Is there a place in the sweet bye and bye C7 F Where do cowboys go when they die? Recitation: "Well, in a while some rain's gonna come and fall upon the ground. 'Til one day on your lonely little grave, a little flower will be found. And say a hoss should wander by and graze upon the flower that once was you but now becomes a vegetative bower. That little flower that the hoss done ate up with all his other feed becomes bone and fat and muscle, essentials for the steed. But some he's consumed, he can't use. So it passes through. Finally it lays there on the ground, this thing that once was you. (Change to key of G) And then say that I should wander by and gaze upon the ground. And wonder and ponder on this object that I've found. Well it sure makes me think of reincarnation, of life and death and such. And I ride away concludin' - You ain't changed all that much" Sung: Where do cowboys go when they die? Is there a place in the sweet bye and bye? Where the water is clean and the grass grows free and there ain't a cloud in the sky


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