Where the West Has Gone

Vs: 1          Boots and spurs click on the stage you’re a new, cowboy wonder

Singin’ about saddles and sage about a life, going under                      

This song flies a hundred years away

You sing it like it all happens today

We all love your line about how all day you would ride

How your Mamma couldn’t keep you from wrong

But do you wonder, Where The West Has Gone?


Vs: 2         It’s been years since I’ve gone to see the people who, filled in my soul

Riding out beneath the moon and stars, before city lights, and telephone poles

I’ll tell you of the men that I knew,

when I was a child

Who had the stories written on their faces about when the West was wild

Men who’d sing your very same song

It makes me wonder, Where The West Has Gone



                     

Chorus:                 I don’t know who’s gone or who’s dead

Just the song you are playing

Don’t you bother ‘bout that look in my eyes

It’s my own soul, that I’m weighing



Vs 3:       Boots and spurs click on the stage he’s a new, cowboy wonder

Singin’ about saddles and sage about a life, that’s gone under

One thing I know is true

A part of me no different than you

I can’t let go of the dream of what living then, must have been

The closest we get is a movie or a song

So we forget, Where The West Has Gone