Old Cowboy Ron, well, that is me.
I never went to school.
I grew up working on a ranch,
and yet I ain't no fool.
When my great-grandfather,
Ebeneezer Williams was eleven
years old, he was herding a dozen
cattle from one mountain area
Sittin' ‘round the campfire
There's nuthin' more relaxing, friend,
when day's work all is done,
It's useful to do things
in the same order
riding my horse
past the old cemetery
he suddenly stopped short
It was a hot and sultry day
and we were stuck in church.
The preacher's sermon bored us all
and we began to search
I ain't never gone to bed with an ugly woman,
but I sure woke up with a few.
Last night I came in at two with a ten,
and at ten I woke up with a two.
What would Amsterdam be like...
if we removed the dike?
I hope my cousins, Beth and Jim
both know how to swim.
Thar's some durn thunder in the east
and it shore looks like rain.
It ain't too safe fer man nor beast
when it pours on this plain.
Coyotes are howling in the night
because the moon is shining bright.
My horse is munching on his hay
and everything is feeling right.