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Blue Cowboy chords

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Blue Cowboy by Greg Sage
(from "Straight Ahead")

To get the dee-dah-dee-dah in the main riff, you lift the index finger on the second string 
in the Am chord (going back and forth between c and b).


Am  G  Em
Am  G  Em

Am                              F
Blue cowboy rides off thru the range
              Em              F      Em
The Wind it cries his lonely name.
                         F       Dsus2
He's on a lonely trail again.

Am  G  Em
Am  G  Em

Am                              F
Blue cowboy rides off thru the tide.
                 Em                  F
The wolves they howlin' out for the lost
           Em                    F          Dsus2
But he'll never reach the other side.

Am  G  Em
Am  G  Em

Am                              F
Blue cowboy rides off thru the land.
              Em                        F
His love it blew away with the dessert sand.
         Em                 F           Dsus2
Now his horse is his only friend.

Am  G  Em
Am  G  Em

Am                              F
Blue cowboy rides off thru the clouds.
    Em                     F
He rode straight into the sun.
      Em                       F
They buried him with his boots on.

            
            
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Lonia 10 Mar 27, 2015 11:30 PM

I think, F is played without the Bare on the first fret. And G is played without the G on the third fret on the first(e) string. Also an Em sounds good after every Dsys2.

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