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Red And Rio Grande
Circle D 268
 
    
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Red And Rio Grande
 
ID: 3301
   Instrumental  

LabelCircle D
WEB SITE www.dosado.com
Label information
Grid list of Circle D recordings
Number268
TypeSinging Call
Copies2
Vic's Rating4 (good)
Bpm 
Duration3:41
Media45 rpm vinyl
Artist(s)
Wayne Baldwin (picture)     recordings by Wayne Baldwin

Wayne Baldwin

Cue Sheet

OPENER - MIDDLE BREAK - CLOSER    Basic

Circle left
*One lone star waving in the wind
A longhorn standing proud behind a rusty barbed wire fence

Allemande the corner, turn a right hand round your own
Allemande the corner and weave the ring
As I travel down that bluebonnet highway
Swing your girl around and promenade
And I know that I will live and die my own way
Somewhere where between the Red and Rio Grande


ALTERNATE LYRICS

*Cowboy hats and hearts that never bend
Well I was born and raised a Texan and I will be 'til the end


*Two old boots, dusty, worn and stained
By the oilfields and ranches, and the blood that fell like rain


*Heros who fought to change our name
From Tejas to Texas, where the Lone Star proudly waves


FIGURE    Basic, corner progression

Heads promenade go halfway
Down the middle right & left thru turn your own and then
Square thru and count to four now
Make a right hand star and turn it once around
Heads star left in the middle one full turn
Swing the corner and promenade
And I know that I will live and die my own way
Somewhere between the Red and Rio Grande

 
Lyrics

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Red And Rio Grande Lyrics ID: 3809

One lone star waving in the wind
A longhorn standing proud behind a rusty barbed wire fence
Cowboy hats and hearts that never bend
I was born and raised a Texan and will be 'til the end

And as I travel down that blue bonnet highway
I'm thankful I was born a lucky man
And I know that I will live and die my own way
Somewhere between the Red and Rio Grande

Two old boots, dusty, worn, and stained
By the oilfields and the ranches and the blood that fell like rain
Hero's hearts that fought to change our name
From Tejas to Texas where the Lone Star proudly waves

And as I travel down that blue bonnet highway
I'm thankful I was born a lucky man
And I know that I will live and die my own way
Somewhere between the Red and Rio Grande

As I travel down that blue bonnet highway
I'm thankful I was born a lucky man
And I know that I will live and die my own way
Somewhere between the Red and Rio Grande

Somewhere between the Red and Rio Grande

Lyrics by Lonnie Atkinson and Doug Supernaw.
Recorded by Doug Supernaw.
 

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