"Rodeo and Juliet" as written by and Garth Brooks Bryan Kennedy....
Rodeo and Juliet
If there’s ever been a greater love
Thoust hasn’t found it yet
What’s to be or not to be
Is anybody’s bet
Rodeo and Juliet

Into our scene at Faraona
Riding the Queen from Arizona
The fairest in a pair of stud blue jeans
Oh Rodeo, oh where for art thou
She knows how to play the part now
The leading role in every cowboy’s dream

Rodeo and Juliet
If there’s ever been a greater love
Thoust hasn’t found it yet
What’s to be or not to be
Is anybody’s bet
Rodeo and Juliet

Yeah Shakespeare cowboys dare to find her
Pen a poem paint and rhyme her
But a rose by any name is still a rose
She’ll barrel race and chase tomorrow
Parting is such sweet, sweet sorrow
To thine own self be true is all she knows

Rodeo and Juliet
If the world’s seen a greater love
Thoust hasn’t found it yet
What’s to be or not to be
Is anybody’s bet
Rodeo and Juliet

Rodeo and Juliet
If the world’s seen a greater love
Thoust hasn’t found it yet
What’s to be or not to be
Is anybody’s bet
Rodeo and Juliet
Rodeo and Juliet


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"Rodeo and Juliet" as written by Garth Brooks Bryan Kennedy

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