"Wild Bull Rider" as written by and Hoyt Wayne Axton....
Dixie was a lady and a Rodeo Queen Billy was her lover ah you know what I mean
Billy rode the bulls in the big rodeo Dixie loved her man and she told him so
Dixie loved her man and she told him so

Brought a bad bull to the big rodeo said he killed a man out in New Mexico
Dixie said Billy please don't go don't ride that killer in the rodeo
You're the only man I love and I need you so

Then Billy he looked at Dixie looked her right in the eys
Said I'm a Wild Bull Rider and I love my rodeo
I'd ride that bull to hell and back for the money and the show
My pappy was a pistol I'm a son of a gun I ride wild bulls just to have some fun
And the higher they get a little too low for me
I said the higher they get a little too low for me

Billy rode that killer out of New Mexico
He rode him cross the Rockies through the rain and the snow
Rode across the desert to the shining sea rode across the water out to Hawaii
Rode across the water out to Hawaii
Aloha ha Aloha hey Aloha ha Aloha hey

Billy rode that bull around the world and then
He rode him out to Jupiter and back again
Picked up Dixie away they did fly like a shootin' star sailing through the sky
Like a shootin' star sailing through the sky

And I could hear Billy say
He said I'd rather be a lover than a fighter of wars
Be from Oklahoma than the nebulous stars
Spent a lot of time in some honky tonk bars
From Memphis to the China Sea yeah from Memphis to the China Sea


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"Wild Bull Rider" as written by Hoyt Wayne Axton

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