"Ride, Tenderfoot, Ride" as written by and Johnny/whiting Mercer....
Ride, tenderfoot, ride tonight
See the old rangers there at your side, tonight
They're fast company
So if you wanna be a cowboy
Then you gotta ride, tenderfoot, ride!

You gotta hit the trail
In Oklahoma when the moon is pale
And get to Texas with the mornin' mail
'Fore you can be a cowboy
You gotta rope and throw
You gotta get your share of buffalo
And win the money at the Rodeo
'Fore you can be a cowboy

You gotta tend your cattle the best you can
Hold your "likker" like a man
And ride, tenderfoot, ride tonight!
See the old range riders there at your side tonight

They're fast company
So if you wanna be a cowboy
Then you gotta ride, tenderfoot, ride!
Ride, ride, ride!


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"Ride, Tenderfoot, Ride" as written by Richard Whiting Johnny Mercer

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