"Remember The Ride" as written by and Michael Harrell Kim Williams....
He spent his days with horses
And his nights with Rosalee
He spent his pay on whiskey
That was made in Tennessee
As I was growing up
He spent a lot of time with me
When I'd ask him about women
He'd just grin
He said son I know horses
Like the back of my hand

He said some were born to run
Some will stomp you just for fun
And some have got the devil in their eyes
There's some that you can trust
Some will leave you in the dust
And the wild ones will shake you up inside
But you'll always remember the ride

Like him I rode some horses
Some were fast and some were slow
I've known my share of women
I've seen 'em come
I've seen 'em go
The horses I could handle
But the women got me thrown
Now I smile when I remember that old man
Because he knew more than horses
Like the back of his hand

He said some were born to run
Some will stomp you just for fun
And some have got the devil in their eyes
There's some that you can trust
Some will leave you in the dust
And the wild ones will shake you up inside
But you'll always remember the ride

He said some were born to run
Some will stomp you just for fun
And some have got the devil in their eyes
There's some that you can trust
Some will leave you in the dust
And the wild ones will shake you up inside
But you'll always remember the ride
Yeah you'll always remember the ride


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