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Two Pairs Of Levis
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Two Pairs Of Levis
ID: 1813

Label information
Grid list of Rhythm recordings
TypeSinging Call
Vic's Rating4 (good)
Media45 rpm vinyl
Pat Barbour (picture)     recordings by Pat Barbour

Pat Barbour

Old Call(s)
Cue Sheet


*Me and ol' Wade Driver left Denver yesterday,
We's haulin' his old worn out Hilton home

Left allemande that corner, walk back a dosado
Left allemande and weave the ring
All that woman left me was one grass rope
Dosado and promenade now
Two pairs of Levis and a pair of Justin boots,
She left them 'cause neither one's her size

FIGURE    C4, corner progression

1 & 3 (2 & 4) you promenade, go half around that ring
Come down the middle and do a full square thru
4 hands around and then, do a dosado right there
You curlique, scoot back and then
Boys run around that girl, 1/2 square thru and trade by
Swing your corner, promenade now
Two pairs of Levis and a pair of Justin boots,
She left them 'cause neither one's her size


*Me and ol' Bob Baier left Fun Valley yesterday

*Me and ol' Beryl Main left that lantern yesterday


She left them 'cause neither one's her size

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Two Pairs Of Levis And A Pair Of Justin Boots Lyrics ID: 199

Now me and Ernie Taylor we left Denver yesterday
We's a-haulin his ol' scorpion horse home
By the time we reached my cattle guard well it was plain to see
That everything I had at home was gone.

She didn't leave a note for me sayin' where she'd gone
But she ain't comin' back 'cause she closed all the gates
After 7 years of rodeo she's finally turned me out
I reckon she's had all that she can take

Cause all that woman left me was one grass rope
And the trophy saddle that I'll never ride
Two pairs of Levi's and a pair of Justin boots
She left them cause neither one's her size.

She warned me a hundred times some day she'd leave
She'd take every single thing that she could find
I don't mind her takin' everything that she calls hers
But dern it I don't like her takin' mine.

Lyrics by Red Steagall. 



ID: 1813
    last modified: 2011-11-20 at 00:00:00
18-July-2019 13:58:27
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