"Down at the Old Corral" as written by Luke Houston Reed and Roger Bryant Brown....
It seems no matter how far I may roam
Like some ol' tumbleweed my thoughts go tumblin' back home
In memory I recall those simpler times
And a way of life I never left behind.

Down at the old corral
Just sittin'
Watchin' the sun go down
Oh, How I'm wishin' that I
Could be there now
Down at the old corral.

I remember everything I ever heard
Like how to judge a man's true worth by how he keep's his word
That saddle wisdom never seemed to end
Everything I need to know I learned back then.

Down at the old corral
Just sittin'
Watchin' the sun go down
Oh, How I'm wishin' that
I could be there now
Down at the old corral.

Down at the old corral
Just sittin'
Watchin' the sun go down
Oh, how I'm wishin' that
I could be there now
Down at the old corral
Down at the old corral
Down at the old corral


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"Down at the Old Corral" as written by Luke Reed Roger Bryant Brown

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