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​Too Tough to Die

This song is by Chris LeDoux and appears on the album Old Cowboy Heroes (1980).

Now don't you try to tell me the West is dead and gone
That cowboys have faded out and just a memory lives on
There's a few others left and we're alive and goin' strong

From the rollin' hills of Texas to the wide Montana plains
We still work a horseback just like the good old days
Now maybe it ain't quite the way it was once upon a time
The West might be changin' but it's still too tough to die

As long as there's a place where the eagle flies free
Where cattle roam the prairie just as far as you can see
There'll always be a reason and a need for cowboys like me

From the rollin' hills of Texas to the wide Montana plains
We still work on horseback just like the good old days
Now maybe it ain't quite the way it was once upon a time
The West might be changin' but it's still too tough to die
Oh, the West might be changin' but it's still too tough to die

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