A cowboy with his hoss in tow,
Was at the local fair and rodeo,
Eye-ballin’ the strangers
And avoidin’ the dangers.
He said ‘Howdy’ to a certain young filly.
She fired him up like a bowl full of chili,
With her blue eye’s and blonde hair.
And a visit and a beer they did share.
That when his ol’ hoss up and bit him
As hard as he could on the closest limb.
That cowboy could see the crimson place
Where that pony had jus’started to graze.
It was plain as the nose on his face
Why his old cayuse jus’ taken that taste
Turnin’ his shirt sleeve plum’ red,
Jealousy had reared its ugly head.