"Adios Days" as written by and Pat Green....
Adios days on the wide open prairie
Nights in the canyon are gone
Steven is dead, Johnny got married
and me I'm here all on my own
I'm all on my own

Used to have nights on the town of Loredo
Spinning them girls 'cross the floor
Now I'm too old for dancing
Too far gone for the whiskey
so I don't go down there no more

[Chorus]
Now it's adios days on the wide open prairie
Nights in the canyon are gone
Steven is dead, Johnny got married
and me I'm here all on my own

My dad was a top hand
When he was a young man
He road for the Diamond Bar Jade
He pushed all day long
From the back of his pony
At night time he'd gather the streets

He hated the cities
Cussed all the railroads
Said they would lead us to fall
Now we have street cars
Cowboys dying
Guess he weren't too far from wrong

[Chorus]


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"Adios Days" as written by Pat Green

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