Pretty Eyes/Pecos Bill. Pretty Eyes/Pecos Bill.
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Album Little Cowpoke. 1. Pecos Bill Lyrics. Now Pecos Bill was quite a cowboy down in Texas Why, he's the Western Superman to say the least He was the roughest, toughest critter, never known to be a quitter 'Cause he never had no fear of man nor beast. So yippee-i-ay-i-ya, yippee-i-o He's the toughest critter west of the Alamo. Once he roped a raging cyclone out of nowhere Then he straddled it and settled down with ease And while that cyclone bucked and flitted, Pecos rolled a smoke and lit it And he tamed that ornery wind down to a breeze.
Now, Pecos Bill had a way with wimmen. He had dozens of wives during his time. But his one true love was Slue-foot Sue. She was his first wife - and she could ride almost as good as Bill himself. Bill first saw Slue-foot Sue ridin' a catfish down the Rio Grande. She was riding standing up and holdin' on with only one hand sose she could take pot-shots at the clouds with her six-shooter. Was making a right pretty pattern too. Bill jest went head over heels for her. Proposed on the spot. They was married the next day too. Sue was dressed in one of them white jobs with the large hoops. Looked plumb beautiful. Right after they was married, Sue insisted Bill prove how much he loved her by letting her ride his horse, Widow-maker. Bill couldn't talk her out of it, so Sue climbed on that great devil of a horse. Well, Widow-Maker bucked like a maniac, jest as you'd expect.
Pecos Bill (Johnny Lange and Eliot Daniel). Oh! Pecos Bill BILL was quite a cowboy down in Texas, And a Western superman, to say the least. He was the roughest, toughest critter, never known to be a quitter 'Cuz he never had no fear of man or beast. cho: So, yip-pee-i-ay i-ay, yip-pee-i-oh. Fer the toughest critter West of the Alamo. Once he roped a ragin' cyclone out of nowhere Then he straddled it and settled down with ease, And while that cylcone bucked and flitted Pecos rolled a smoke and lit it And he tamed that orn'ry wind down to a breeze
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Performer: Dick Jurgens
Title: Pretty Eyes/Pecos Bill
Genre: Easy Listening
Size MP3: 1868 mb
Size FLAC: 1788 mb
Rating: 4.5 / 5
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