"The Man from Laramie" as written by and Ned Washington Lester Lee....
The man from Laramie
He was a man with a peaceful turn of mind
He was kind and sociable and friendly
Friendly as any man could be
But you never saw a man outdraw
The man from Laramie

The man from Laramie
He was a man with a warm and gentle heart
But when they start the arguin' and fightin'

Frightenin' and lightnin' fast was he
Their was no cayoot
Who could out shoot
The man from Laramie

He had a flair for ladies
The ladies loved his air of mystery
The west will never see

A man with so many notches on his gun
Everyone admired the fearless stranger
Danger was this mans specialty
So they never bossed nor double crossed
The man from Laramie

Backing AAAAA So they never bossed nor double crossed

The man from Laramie
The man from Laramie
The man from Laramie
The man from Laramie


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"The Man From Laramie" as written by Ned Washington Lester Lee

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