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LEAVING CHEYENNE (Traditional) Ian Tyson I ride an Old Paint A leadin' old Dan I'm goin' to Montana For to throw the Hoolahan They feed in the coulee And they water in the draws Their tails are all matted And their backs are all raw Goodbye Old Paint I'm leaving Cheyenne Goodbye Old Paint I'm a leaving Cheyenne I'm leaving Cheyenne I'm going to Montana Goodbye Old Paint I'm a leaving Cheyenne Now old Bill Jones Had two daughters and a son The son went to Denver And the daughter went wrong His wife, she got killed In a bar room fight But, still he keeps a singing From morning till night Goodbye Old Paint I'm leaving Cheyenne Goodbye Old Paint I'm a leaving Cheyenne I'm leaving Cheyenne I'm going to Montana Goodbye Old Paint I'm a leaving Cheyenne -Instrumental Break- Now, when I die Take my saddle from the wall Put it on the pony Lead him out of his stall Tie my bones to his back Head our faces toward the west We'll ride the prairie That we love the best Ride her out Old Paint I'm a leaving Cheyenne And goodbye Old Paint I'm leaving Cheyenne I'm a leaving Cheyenne I'm going to Montana Goodbye Old Paint I'm leaving Cheyenne Goodbye Old Paint I'm a leaving Cheyenne Goodbye Old Paint I'm a leaving Cheyenne (Contributed by Carlene Bogle - 2002)

    


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