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Four Wheel Cowboy
C.W. McCall


[Chorus]

Four wheel cowboy

Four wheel cowboy

Four wheel cowboy

Jeepin' down to Santa Fe


Well, Denver town an' I'm outta the chute

Foot in the gas an' a hole in my boot

And I'm outbound, yeah

Gonna see my momma in Santa Fe

I'm over the Hump and I'm on my way

I'm southbound


[Chorus]

Three hundred miles to Santa Fe

Got a momma to see or the Devil to pay

Gonna be there by the break of day

And I'm southbound

Three hundred miles to Santa Fe

Got a momma to see or the Devil to pay

Gonna be there by the break of day

And I'm southbound


Now this ol' Jeep needs a coat a' paint

But she makes up for what I ain't

She got feelin'

I only know one thing fer sure

This pony a' mine don't need no spurs

She's squealin'


[Chorus]

Four wheel cowboy

Four wheel cowboy

Four wheel cowboy

Jeepin' down to Santa Fe


Well, Texaco's open in Trinidad

I didn't stop for gas but I wished I had

'Cause I could use some

They's a bunch a' wild women in Walsenburg

They all make love like a buffalo herd

I wish I knew one


[Chorus]

Two hundred miles to Santa Fe

Gonna be there by the break of day

Got a momma to see or the Devil to pay

And I'm southbound

Two hundred miles to Santa Fe

Gonna be there by the break of day

Got a momma to see or the Devil to pay

And I'm southbound


Rattlin' down off a' Raton Pass

Glorieta Hill like a sheet a' glass

And I'm slippin'

Pedalin' down past Pecos town

My go foot up and my stop foot down

I'm slidin'


[Chorus]

Four wheel cowboy

Four wheel cowboy

Four wheel cowboy

Jeepin' down to Santa Fe


Now Momma's just like this here ol' Jeep

She's tough and fast and she runs real cheap

And she's drivin'

Well, sun comin' up in New

C.W. McCall

C.W. McCall is the pseudonym of William Dale Fries (born November 15, 1928 in Audubon, Iowa, USA).

McCall is best known for the 1975 #1 hit song "Convoy", which came at the peak of the citizens band radio fad in the United States. Far from a one-hit wonder, McCall continued to chart with songs such as "Wolf Creek Pass", which hit #40 on the U.S. pop top 40 in 1975, and at least two other songs hit Billboard's pop Hot 100, including "Old Home Filler-Up an' Keep on a-Truckin' Cafe" ... Selengkapnya

 


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