Saddling Read Count : 19

Category : Poems

Sub Category : N/A



1

It Seems in-Hu-mane,

Bu-tHi-s Leg was Broke.

So with Buck Knife In I Le-ft 

Hand I Quick-ly Cu-t Him Throat.


Stand up then Look Fa-r In-to 

Where W-e had come From,

A Nar-row-ing Road That

Star-ted W-ay Back When 

W-e Left Home.


Leav-ing Sun-Set As I

Smoke of my last Pe-yote,

Before Right Hand grabbed 

1 lonely Sad-dle As 

I Shoul-ldered a Long Road.


But on The Route-I Wa-lk

Start Tur-n In-to a Flo-at,

And Tha-t’s when I No-ticed 

That I Wasn’t on I Ow-n.


( chorus )

That’s When I No-ticed 

That I Wasn’t on I Ow-n,

That’s when I Kno-w 

That I wasn’t A-lone.

That’s When I No-ticed 

That I Wasn’t on I Ow-n,

That’s when I Kno-w 

That I wasn’t A-lone.


2

O-H Man this mu-st be some

Pre-tty-Good Pey-ote,

It’s been Miles and It see-ms 

Like I hav-en’t E-ven Smoked!

Unlike my Horse-wish

His Leg it ha-dn’t Bro-ke,

Leaving Me A-lone To 

Walk with Sadd-le a Long Road.


That it Seems as If 

On Some-one’s Back I Rode,

Shou-ldered over an Arm,

Bend-ing at the El-bow.

Real-ly it is As If 

I’m Some-one’s Book-Bag Hold,

Shou-ldered  with Their Arm,

Bending at the El-bow.


( chorus )

That’s When I No-ticed 

That I Wasn’t on I Ow-n,

That’s when I Kno-w 

That I wasn’t A-lone.

That’s When I No-ticed 

That I Wasn’t on I Ow-n,

That’s when I Kno-w 

That I wasn’t A-lone.


That’s When I No-ticed 

That I Wasn’t on I Ow-n,

That’s when I Kno-w 

That I wasn’t A-lone.

That’s When I No-ticed 

That I Wasn’t on I Ow-n,

That’s when I Kno-w 

That I wasn’t A-lone.


3

I brushed his Mane,

And held Him Close.

Said a Lit-tle Pra-yer Then 

I Quick-ly Cut him Throat!


And With so Ma-ny 

Mo-re Miles Left  to Go!

How wi-ll I Make It 

Out here on my Ow-n?


That’s when a 

Voice Ex-hales,

Re-turn-ing my 

Ex-haled Smoke, 


Saying Do Not Wo-rry  

When I Am At the Right 

Hand Of The G.O.A.T

G.O.A.T.G.O.A.T.G.O.A.T.


( chorus )

That’s When I No-ticed 

That I Wasn’t on I Ow-n,

That’s when I Kno-w 

That I wasn’t A-lone.

That’s When I No-ticed 

That I Wasn’t on I Ow-n,

That’s when I Kno-w 

That I wasn’t A-lone.
















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