Some Things Never Change Chris LeDoux
[C]Risin' time's at [G]five, the [F]red sun is still [C]sleepin'
My [F]pillow is my [C]saddle, the [G]stars are my ceilin'
My [C]whole body's [G]achin', I got a [F]young colt needin' [C]breakin'
But ya [F]know I can't com[C]plain, [F]thank God [G]some things never [C]change [G]
[C]There's a storm somewhere that's [G]brewin' as [F]these old bones are [C]creakin'
The [F]cows will soon be [C]down and [F]that old roof a [G]leakin'
Got a [C]truck that needs some [G]tendin' and some [F]fences needin' [C]mendin'
And I [F]know it must sound [C]strange, but [F]thank God [G]some things never [C]change [G]
They [F]fenced in all the free land and [C]oil wells run the range
[F]Long gone are the cattle drives since they [C]brought in the trains
But the [Dm]hard work and the [F]friendships still re[C]main
[F]Thank God [G]some things never [C]change. [G]
[C]Out here where [G]nature rules each [F]day's a different [C]battle
And [F]it still takes a [C]man [G]workin' in the saddle
No mach[C]ine can break a [G]bay or [F]bring in a lonely [C]stray
So I [F]guess I will re[C]main, [F]thank God [G]some things never [C]change. [G]
Yeah it [F]looks like this old cowboy will re[G]main
[F]Thank God [G]some things never [C]change.