Waddie Mitchell and Don Edwards Say Goodbye To Montana cover

Say Goodbye To Montana
by Waddie Mitchell and Don Edwards
Lyrics



Say Goodbye To Montana Lyrics

Song Meaning
Verse 1
Up before the sunrise
It's a rocky road back home
The dust won't be near settled
As where we just come from
Verse 2
I'll keep my promise to you
Just like I said I would
And lay you 'neath the pecan trees
And hang your spurs for good
Verse 3
Say goodbye to Montana
Where the northers always blow
The paint brush will be blummin'
By the time I get you home
Verse 4
We drove a herd from Texas
To the big Montana sky
I swear sometimes I wondered
If we make it here alive
Verse 5
I wish I could of told you
That you were my best friend
I guess you always knew that
But we were both to tough to bend
Verse 6
Say goodbye to Montana
Where the northers always blow
The paint brush will be blummin'
By the time I get you home
Verse 7
All honor to the cowboy
Your praises, they will sing
Cause you never sold your saddle
And that's the most important thing
Verse 8
Adios Montana
Where the northers always blow
The paint brush will be blummin'
By the time I get you home

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