JOE ELY


Indian Cowboy Lyrics

If you ever go out to the circus
Where the Wallendas walk on the wire
I'll tell you a tale to remember
When the white horses leap rings of fire.
It was a cold night in Oklahoma
The show was about to begin
The animals, they were all restless
When the star pony broke from her pen.
Now she was a mare of high spirit
Like a whore on a saturday night
Kickin' and buckin' past the men who were brushin'
The elephants lyin' on their sides.
Close to the tents set a lantern
Dangerously next to the hay
That mare headed straight for those lantern
Some fool had put there by mistake.
Up stepped some Indian Cowboy
His lasso he whirled through the air
In the full dead middle of danger
He roped that run-away mare.
The elephants raised up their trumpets
Two of them broke from their chains
Stampeded that Indian cowboy
Who had saved the Big Top from flames.
So if you ever go out to the circus
Where the Wallendas walk on the wire
Remember that Indian Cowboy
When the white horses leap rings of fire.
Remember that Indian Cowboy
When the white horses leap rings of fire.

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