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Toby Keith - Last Living Cowboy

No Capo


Intro.:  |(G) |(G) |(G) |(G) |(G) |(D) |(G) |(G) |

[Verse 1]

G
He turned 87 on the 2nd day of June.
                                       D
In case nobody's countin' Son, that's many a moon.
         G                                    C
You'll find him down on Main Street. That's where he likes to walk.
                 G                         D                 G
It's worth the price of admission just to hear that old man talk.


[Chorus]

          G
He's the last livin' cowboy in this town.
                                      D
He rode off into the sunset, yet naw, he's still kickin' round.
        G                               C
You'll find him halfway liquored up on Caddo County shine,
    G            D             G
Or all the way drunk half the time.


[Verse 2]

         G    
He's got 40 head of cattle down on Turkey creek.
                                              D
There's always some old stray dog round the cabin at his feet.
      G                          C
His family left for California back in '29.
             G                               D           G
When it was two bits for the whiskey, and tobacco was a dime.


[Chorus]

          G
He's the last livin' cowboy in this town.
                                      D
He rode off into the sunset, yet naw, he's still kickin' round.
        G                               C
You'll find him halfway liquored up on Caddo County shine,
    G            D             G
Or all the way drunk half the time.

[Bridge]

          B7                           C
Keeps a jack knife in his pocket and pistol in his boot.
       G                                D
I've heard a lot of stories, but I've never seen him shoot.
   B7                          C
A '60 model pickup's all I've ever seen him drive.
A                                D
He 'aint rode a horse since the day ole Bully died.


[Chorus]

          G
He's the last livin' cowboy in this town.
                                      D
He rode off into the sunset, yet naw, he's still kickin' round.
        G                               C
You'll find him halfway liquored up on Caddo County shine,
    G            D             G
Or all the way drunk half the time.
              G                               C
Yeah, you'll find him halfway liquored up on Caddo County shine,
    G            D             G
Or all the way drunk half the time 
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