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of history

Rio Grande runs south to Mexico
From the highway I have touched its shores
Reynosa to Sante Fe and back the other way
I've had my life planned
Dear Santa
It's me Ariana
I know it's been awhile but I really need
Your help this year
Let me make this clear
See I really love him
And it's been
and the way he used a gun 
To kill another cowboy, then he had to leave El Paso on the run 

El Paso City 
By the Rio Grande 
The cowboy lived and rode
and the way he used a gun 
To kill another cowboy, then he had to leave El Paso on the run 

El Paso City 
By the Rio Grande 
The cowboy lived and rode
Written by: Doug Supernaw/Lonnie Alkinson
Performed by:Doug Supernaw on "Red and Rio Grande"

[Intro]
One lone star waving in the wind
A longhorn
New Mexico

We watched the sunset by the Rio Grande
A mission bell, rang farewell, she took my hand
She said, "Come back amigo, no matter where you
cried like a drunk
His aspirations ain't no ??? for you
And that's the way it is

Ridin'
Shotgun
Runnin' over land
To the Rio Grande
Now

Stage gotten in
just don't get too near
'Cause you're gonna get knocked over by a belly full o' beer

Ridin'
Shotgun
Runnin' over land
To the Rio Grande
Take
East and west of the Rio Grande. 

Well he started with a bank in Colorado 
In the pocket of his vest, a Colt he hid 
And his age and his size 
Took
and West of the Rio Grande

Well he started with a bank in Colorado
In the pocket of his vest, a Colt he hid
And his age and his size took the teller by
I'm working on a morning flight to anywhere but here
I'm watching this evening fire burn away my tears
All my life I've left my troubles by
east and west of the Rio Grande. 

Well he started with a bank in Colorado 
in the pocket of his vest, a Colt he hid 
and his age and his size 
took
just don't get too near
'Cause you're gonna get knocked over by a belly full o' beer

Ridin'
Shotgun
Runnin' over land
To the Rio Grande
Take
On the banks of the old Rio Grande
Lies a loved one who died broken hearted
She was known as the Blue Velvet Band

She was called by the angels up yonder
Time: 8:12 beach bum music bmi/beachead music, inc. ascap
Producer: brian wilson/lenny waronker
Co-producer: andy paley
Recorded and mixed by mark
turn and wave as I drive by

Chorus

Yeah, Texas came out beautiful, why not keep her that way?
are and not grow
But my will's not contained in the thoughts little minds now are thinking
Oh I'm on my way to old Mexico
There are those who will shame
the old Dust Bowl
A red dirt cowboy with a child-like soul
From New York to the Rio Grande
He kept on singing, all the way to California
"This land is
long way to go.

I am the border, the old Rio Grande.
My waters they cut through the southwestern land.
From the deserts and badlands through
Felipe was a young boy when he crossed the Rio Grande
Heading north to Texas where he grew into a man
He fixed cars and worked the wars and raised
I'm working on a morning flight to anywhere but here
I'm watching this evening fire burn away my tears
All my life I've left my troubles by
can't even drink it
Well, maybe by Christmas they'll dig up the roads
Take whatever you can, girl
Leave the rest for the crows
Leave the rest for
From New Amsterdam to the way the West was won

Well years will go by when you won't get nowhere
You're cold and you're tired and you're free and you
lookin' for lost cattle
Our hooves twistin' and churnin' up the sand
We're ridin' in the whirlwind searchin' for lost treasure
Way down south of the Rio
lookin' for lost cattle
Our hooves twistin' and churnin' up the sand
We're ridin' in the whirlwind searchin' for lost treasure
Way down south of the Rio