55k
Like

Chris LeDoux Lyrics

Genre: Country

Chris LeDoux Lyrics - by Popularity

1 The Littlest Cowboy Rides Again
2 Cowboy Songs
3 Hard Times
4 One Ride in Vegas
5 A Cowboy's Just Got To Ride
6 Sometimes You've Just Gotta Ride
7 This Cowboy's Hat
8 Between The Rainbows And The Rain
9 The Buckskin Lady
10 Every Time I Roll the Dice
11 You Just Can't See Him From The Road
12 When I Say Forever
13 Bad Brahma Bull
14 Cadillac Cowboy
15 Copenhagen
16 Raised By The Railroad Line
17 County Fair
18 I Would for You
19 Round And Round She Goes (the Barrel Racer)
20 Get Back On That Pony
21 Sweet Wyoming Home
22 Six Bucks A Day
23 Navajo Wrangler
24 Simple As Dirt
25 Old Red
26 Shot Full of Love
27 Runaway Love
28 Soft Place to Fall
29 Horses And Cattle
30 Thirty Dollar Cowboy
31 Round And Round She Goes
32 Running Through the Rain
33 (Ghost) Riders In The Sky
34 The Bucking Machine
35 Caballo Diablo
36 Something In The Wind
37 Grange Hall Dance
38 Smack Dab In The Middle
39 The Real Thing
40 Seventeen
41 Song of Wyoming
42 I Believe In America
43 All Around Cowboy Of '64
44 God Must Be a Cowboy
45 Silence on the Line
46 Go Riding Young Cowboy
47 Little Long-Haired Outlaw
48 Honky-Tonk World (1994)
49 Struggling Years
50 Tight Levis And Yellow Ribbons
51 Ain't No Place for a Country Boy
52 Looking at You Girl
53 Bang a Drum
54 Born to Follow Rodeo
55 Littlest Cowboy Rides Again
56 I Can't Ride The Broncos Anymore
57 Someday Soon
58 River Boat Gambler
59 Song Of The Yukon Rose
60 Country Star
61 Take Me to the Rodeo
62 Cowboy Up
63 Montana Rodeo
64 Born In Mississippi
65 Colorado
66 Willie The Wandering Gypsy
67 For Your Love
68 All Around Cowboy
69 Rodeo, You've Cast A Spell
70 I'm Country
71 The Rodeo Hand
72 Old Tom Horn
73 Dream On Cowboy
74 Stampede
75 I'm Coming Home Mom Waltz
76 Let's All Help The Cowboys (Sing The Blues)
77 There's Nobody Home On The Range Anymore
78 Tougher Than The Rest
79 Chris And The Saddle Boogie Band
80 Silver Tongued Devil
81 The Feeling Comes Back
82 My Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys
83 Billy the Kid
84 Not For Heroes
85 Settin' the Woods On Fire
86 It Ain't the Years, It's the Miles
87 I Can't Ride The Broncs Anymore
88 Sons Of The Pioneers
89 Joade The Rodeo Clown
90 Working Cowboy Blues
91 True Western Movie
92 The Last Sunset
93 The Wild Bunch Rides Again
94 Easy Come, Easy Go
95 Blue Bonnet Blues
96 Cowboys Like A Little Rock And Roll
97 Fathers and Sons
98 John Ed Sang Cowpoke
99 Time
100 So You Want to Be a Cowboy
101 The Bull Rider
102 Just Riding Through
103 Photo Finish
104 I'll Get the Job Done
105 Where Is The Glory
106 The Cowboy and the Hippie
107 I Don't Want To Mention Any Names
108 National Finals Rodeo
109 Mamas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys
110 Blue Eyes and Freckles
111 Utah Tribute
112 Cowboy In The Continental Suit
113 Johnson County War
114 Whatcha Gonna Do With A Cowboy (with Garth Brooks)
115 Mighty Lucky Man
116 The Lady Is Dancing With Me
117 Making Ends Meet
118 Strawberry Roan
119 Love Needs a Fool
120 Wife Behind The Cowboy
121 What More Could A Cowboy Need
122 Life Is a Highway
123 Paint Me Back Home in Wyoming
124 All Wound Up
125 Lean, Mean And Hungry
126 One Tonight
127 Just Enough Money Honey
128 Cadillac Ranch
129 This Cowboy’s Hat
130 Working Man's Dollar
131 Night Rider's Lament
132 Hippies in Calgary
133 Amarillo by Morning
134 They Couldn't Understand My Cowboy Songs
135 The Greatest Prize
136 Even Cowboys Like a Little Rock 'n' Roll
137 Call of the Wild
138 The Last Drive In
139 Cowboys Ain't Easy To Love
140 Look at You Girl
141 The Life Of A Rodeo Cowboy
142 The Lawman Reverend Brown
143 Them Bareback Horses
144 The Ol' Double Diamond
145 Homecoming
146 Rhinestone Cowboy
147 Dallas Days And Fort Worth Nights
148 The Ride
149 Bull Rider
150 Under This Old Hat
151 Raised By The Railroad
152 Rodeo Moon
153 Melodies And Memories
154 Ain't Had Time To Go Home
155 The Yellow Stud
156 The Passenger
157 Punchy Bareback Rider
158 Hometown Cowboy
159 Desperado
160 Freedom Ain't Free
161 Now That's All Right With Me
162 Wild And Wooly
163 Little Joe The Wrangler
164 Come Riding Joe Cy
165 Our First Year
166 Back When We Was Kids
167 Too Tough To Die
168 Real Live Buckeroo
169 Fourth of July Rodeos
170 Big Love
171 I Do It For Me
172 Honky Tonk World
173 Even Cowboys Like A Little Rock & Roll
174 Long Black Veil
175 Tie A Knot In The Devil's Tail
176 A Cowboy Was Born
177 Powder River Home
178 Cowboy And The Rose
179 Wyoming Girl
180 Western Skies
181 Running Through The Wind
182 When The Rodeo Comes To Town
183 Light of the World
184 A Cowboy's Got To Ride
185 Cadillac Ranch (Dance Club Version)
186 Mountain Wild
187 Fine As Wine
188 Dallas Days And Ft. Worth Nights
189 Calico Moon
190 Rainbow Rider
191 Cowboy's Prayer
192 I've Got To Be A Rodeo Man
193 Whatcha Gonna Do With A Cowboy
194 Scene We All Ain't Saw
195 The Last Cowboy In Town
196 Horsepower
197 Get Along Little Doggies
198 Don't It Make You Want To Dance
199 Bareback Jack
200 Five Dollar Fine
201 The Fever
202 Ballad Of Will Rogers
203 Re-ride
204 Daddy's Biggest Dream
205 Hooked on An 8 Second Ride
206 Workin' Man's Dollar
207 Searching For A Rainbow
208 Take Me Back To Old Wyoming
209 She's Tough
210 Rodeo Rose
211 (I Used to Want to Be A) Cowboy
212 Copenhagen Junkie
213 That's What Loving You Means to Me
214 Copenhagen Angel
215 Rodeo Trails
216 Riding for a Fall
217 Daydream Cowboy
218 The Blizzard
219 Yellow Brick Road Turns Blue
220 She's In Love With A Rodeo Man
221 Dirt And Sweat Cowboy
222 Feels Like I'm Gettin' Into Something Good
223 Goin' and a Blowin'
224 Red Headed Stranger
225 Last Drive-In
226 Gravitational Pull
227 He Rides the Wild Horses
228 Rusty Spurs
229 Tennessee Stud
230 Rodeo Life

Chris LeDoux Bio

Chris Lee LeDoux (October 2, 1948–March 9, 2005) was an American country music singer-songwriter, bronze sculptor and rodeo champion. During his career LeDoux recorded thirty-six albums (many self-released) which have sold more than six million units in the United States as of January 2007. He was awarded one gold album certification from the RIAA, and was nominated for a Grammy Award and the Academy of Country Music Music Pioneer Award.

LeDoux was born in Biloxi, Mississippi. His father was in the US Air Force, and the family moved often when he was a child. He learned to ride horses while visiting his grandparents on their Texas farm. At age 13, LeDoux participated in his first rodeo, riding in Denison, Texas, and before long was winning junior rodeo competitions.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chris_Ledoux