"I'm At Home On The Range" as written by and Verlon/crider Thompson....
Seven nights in Jackson
at the Million Dollar Bar.
I'm the main attraction
even if I'm not the star.

A Haggard song is all it takes.
Dance a little on my breaks.
They think I'm the greatest thing
that ever hit this town.

[Chorus:]
I'm at home on the range.
I'm a queen on the plains.
Way out where the west is wild.
From Billings down to Laramie,
the cowboys take good care of me.

The loggers and the ruff-necks.
Blowing off a little steam.
Playin' poker with their paychecks.
They get loud but never mean.

Down inside they're gentlemen
They make feel like I fit in.
They're all glad to see me
everytime I come to town.

[Chorus:]

I'm at home on the range.
I'm a queen on the plains.
Way out where the west is wild.
From Billings down to Laramie
the cowboys take good...

Home, home on the range
I'm a queen on the plains.
Way out where the west is wild.
From Billings down to Laramie,
the cowboys take good care of me.


Lyrics submitted by TheDirge

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