"Best in the West" as written by Dominic Roy King and Frank John Musker....
Best in the west, that's your name
Makin' love's your claim to fame
Better than the best, oh everyone say
How'd he learn to love that way

You're the best in the west
You're a tough sharp shooter
And you aim to win
And I wish you'd love me now
Like you did then
You're the best in the west
You're the best I've ever had
A naughty boy
And the memory of you fills me with joy
Let's do it again, let's do it again

Best in the west, when you were five
Kissed the girls and made them cry
Better than the best, oh you built your place
Lovin' is a symphony

You're the best in the west
You've been a ladies man with class
Since way back when
And you stand so high above all the men
You're the best in the west
And your lovin' seemed to fell me
From the start
And the fantasy of you is in my heart
Let's do it again, let's do it again
Let's do it again, (Ooh let's do it, baby)
Let's do it again
(The way you do it, baby's good to me yeah)

Well I'm pretty damn good myself
But I must confess
When it comes to makin' love
Baby, your the best in the west

CHORUS:
Best in the west, that's your name
When you gonna love me again
Let's do it again

CHORUS

Better than the best, everyone say
How'd he learn to love that way
Let's do it again

CHORUS

Better than the best and everyone say
How'd he learn to love that way
Best in the west, that's your name
Makin' love's your claim to fame
Let's do it again
Better than the best and everyone say
When you gonna love me again
Let's do it again
Better than the best and everyone say
How'd he learn to love that way
Let's do in again




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"Best in the West" as written by Frank Musker Dominic King

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