Richard Rodgers

The Farmer And The Cowman

Richard Rodgers

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The Farmer And The Cowman

	  		C                          
The farmer and the cowman should be friends. 
                                        G 
Oh, the farmer and the cowman should be friends. 
C                F              C                  F 
One man likes to push a plough, the other likes to chase a cow, 
C                    G                  C 
But that's no reason why they cain't be friends. 


C 
Territory folks should stick together, 
G 
Territory folks should all be pals. 
C 
Cowboys dance with farmer's daughters, 
F                      G         C 
Farmers dance with the ranchers' gals. (repeat) 


                               G 
I'd like to say a word for the farmer, 
   F                               A7 
He come out west and made a lot of changes 
   C                                G7 
He come out west and built a lot of fences, 
    C               G                 C 
And built 'em right acrost our cattle ranges. 
                 
                                 G 
The farmer is a good and thrifty citizen,  
F                                 A7 
no matter what the cowman says of things. 
    C                            G7 
You seldom see 'em drinkin' in a bar room 
C               G             C 
Unless somebody else is buyin drinks. 


But the farmer and the cowman should be friends. 
                                        G 
Oh, the farmer and the cowman should be friends. 
C                  F 
The cowman ropes a cow with ease,  
C                     F 
the farmer steals her butter and cheese,  
C                    G                 C 
but that's no reason why they can't be friends. 


Territory folks should stick together, 
G 
Territory folks should all be pals. 
C 
Cowboys dance with farmer's daughters, 
F                      G         C 
Farmers dance with the ranchers' gals. 

                               G 
I'd like to say a word for the cowboy,  
F                                   ? 
the road he treads is difficult and stoney. 
   C                                 F 
He rides for days on end with jist a pony for a friend. 
  C               G             C 
I sure am feelin' sorry for the pony! 

C                                      G 
The farmer should be sociable with the cowboy. 
F                                    A7 
If he rides by and asks for food and water, 
C                                     F 
Don't treat him like a louse make him welcome in your house. 
C                         G                C 
But be sure that you lock up your wife and daughters! 


Territory folks should stick together, 
G 
Territory folks should all be pals. 
C 
Cowboys dance with farmer's daughters, 
F                      G         C 
Farmers dance with the ranchers' gals. 


C                          
The farmer and the cowman should be friends. 
                                        G 
Oh, the farmer and the cowman should be friends. 
C                F              C                  F 
One man likes to push a plough, the other likes to chase a cow, 
C                    G                  C 
But that's no reason why they cain't be friends. 


C                            G 
And when this territory is a state 
    F                                 A7 
An' joins the Union just like all the others 
    C                           G7 
The farmer, the cowman, and the merchant 
G                                        C 
Must all behave theirselves and act like brothers 


C                           G 
I'll teach you all a little sayin' 
    F                                    A7 
And learn the words by heart the way you should 
  C                            G7 
I don't say I'm no better than anybody else 
    G                                 C 
But I'll be danged if I ain't just as good! 


  C                         G7 
I don't say I'm better than anybody else 
    G                                 C 
But I'll be danged if I ain't just as good! 



Territory folks should stick together, 
G 
Territory folks should all be pals. 
C 
Cowboys dance with farmer's daughters, 
F                      G         C 
Farmers dance with the ranchers' gals. 
		  

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