|Words:||Larry B. Bastian|
|Music:||Larry B. Bastian|
|Performed By:||Garth Brooks|
His eyes were cold and restless His wounds have almost healed She'd give half of Texas just to change the way he feels She knows his love's in Tulsa She knows he's a gonna go Ain't know woman, flesh and blood It's that damned old rodeo And it's bulls and blood It's dust and blood It's the roar of a Sunday crowd It's the white in his knuckles The gold in the buckle He'll win the next go round It's boots and chaps It's cowboy hats It's spurs and latigo Its ropes and reigns And the joy and the pain They call the thing rodeo. She does her best to warn him His love comes to call But his need for it controls a man Her back's against the wall And it's "So long girl, I'll see you" And it's time for him to go You know the woman wants her cowboy Like he want's his rodeo And it's bulls and blood It's dust and mud It's the roar of a Sunday croud It's the white of knuckles The gold in the buckle Gonna win the next go round It's cowboy hats It's spurs and latigo It's the rops and the reins And the joy and the pain And they call the thing rodeo. He'll ride a cowboy crazy He'll drive a man insane He'll sell off everything he owns to pay to play again And a broken home and some broken bones is all he'll have to show For all the dreams that he's been chasin' This dream they call rodeo And it's bulls and blood it's the dust and mud It's the roar of a Sunday crowd It's the white of the knuckles the gold in the buckle He'll win the next go round It's cowboy hats It's spurs and latigo It's the ropes and the reigns And the joy and the pain And they call the thing rodeo. It's the broncs and the blood Steers and mud And they call the thing rodeo.
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