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and cold as the clay

I can see by your outfit that you are a cowboy
You can see by my outfit I'm a cowboy, too
You can see by our outfits that we are
[Tom:]
Here comes the bride, and there goes the groom
Looks like a hurricane went through this room

[Crystal:]
Smells like a pool hall; where's
as cold as the clay.

"I can see by your outfit that you are a cowboy."
These words he did say as I boldly walked by.
"Come an' sit down beside me an'
as cold as the clay.

"I can see by your outfit that you are a cowboy."
These words he did say as I boldly walked by.
"Come an' sit down beside me an'
as cold as the clay.

"I can see by your outfit that you are a cowboy."
These words he did say as I boldly walked by.
"Come an' sit down beside me an'
as cold as the clay.

"I can see by your outfit that you are a cowboy."
These words he did say as I boldly walked by.
"Come an' sit down beside me an'
to offer
So I swallowed my pride and together we hit the road
Rodeo Rose I'm mighty glad that you're mine
You're the best thing this cowboy ever could find
the weight of the world 
And the river runs a little too deep 
Like a hound dog chasing a bird 
Sometimes a certain tom's gotta peep 
I'm a peek-a-boy,
Tom Joad got out of the old McAlester Pen
There he got his parole
After four long years on a man killing charge
Tom Joad come a-walkin' down
The cowboy's lady is cryin' tonight cause the cowboy is out on the range
Runnin' and ramblin' and chasin' some stray and good cowboys don't ever
there lay the sod o'er me, 
I'm a young cowboy and know I�ve done wrong."

"I see by your outfit that you are a cowboy." 
These words he did say
the sod o'er me
I'm a young cowboy and know I've done wrong"

"I see by your outfit that you are a cowboy"
These words he did say as I boldly walked by
See that cowboy at the bar
The one at the end with all the scars
He got stomped by the meanest bronc in Santa Fe
But if he looks a little down
they don't pen it
Alla rocka I'd advise you notta
Go against me I'm I'll like Foxy Brands Nana
We party hard, yea honey this is hottie hall
And hall
there lay the sod o'er me, 
I'm a young cowboy and know I've done wrong."

"I see by your outfit that you are a cowboy." 
These words he did say as I
there lay the sod o'er me, 
I'm a young cowboy and know I've done wrong."

"I see by your outfit that you are a cowboy." 
These words he did say as I
I live on the west side, by the county reservoir
And she lives down on depot street, behind the city hall
Behind the city hall

Her father's name
Snakeskin cowboys
Who the hell you think you are
You?re dancing around with your best pants on
Don?t think that should get too far
Just hangin? ?round with
found little Muley and Muley said, 
They've been tractored out by the cats, 

Tom Joad walked down to the neighbor's farm, 
He found his family.
They
Words and music by Tom T. Hall
From Real - The Tom T. Hall Project
Originally by Tom T. Hall

Have you read any good telephone books lately?
If you
a-tip-a-toe
And he's off back to his young boy Tom as fast as he could go
"Ere the day has dawned and the cocks have crowed and flapped their wings so wide
I'm
and lay the sod o're me,
For I'm a young cowboy and I know I done wrong."

"I see by your outfit that your are a cowboy."
These words he did say as I
Tom Joad got out of the old McAlester Pen;
There he got his parole.
After four long years on a man killing charge,
Tom Joad come a-walkin' down
In a little dance hall just outside of dallas
I dropped my drink when she came walking by
By the time I got a grip
She slipped through my
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