Garth Brooks - In Lonesome Dove

From "Ropin' The Wind" (1991) INTRO: [G] She [G]was a girl on a wagon train [C]Headed [G]west [D]across the [G]plains The [Em]train got lost in a [C]summer [D]storm They [Em]couldn't move west and they [C]couldn't go [D]home Then she [G]saw him ridin' through the rain He took [C]charge of the [G]wagons and he [D]saved the [G]train And she [Em]looked down and her [C]heart was [D]gone The [Em]train went west but she [C]stayed [D]on In [G]Lonesome Dove A [G]farmer's daughter with a gentle hand A [C]blooming [G]rose in a [D]bed of [G]sand She [Em]loved the man who [C]wore a [D]star A [Em]Texas Ranger known [C]near and [D]far So [G]they got married and they had a child But [C]times were [G]tough and the [D]west was [G]wild So it was [Em]no surprise the [C]day she [D]learned That her [Em]Texas man would [C]not re[D]turn To [G]Lonesome Dove [G] [D/F#] CHORUS: [Em]Back to back with the [G]Rio Grande A [C]Christian woman in the [G]devil's [D]land She [Em]learned the language and she [D]learned to fight But she [C]never learned how to beat the [Am]lonely nights [A] [B] [C] [E] [D] In [G]Lonesome Dove, Lonesome Dove She [G]watched her boy grow to a man He had an [C]angel's [G]heart and the [D]devil's [G]hand He [Em]wore his star for [C]all to [D]see He was a [Em]Texas lawman [C]lega[D]cy Then [G]one day word blew into town It seemed the [C]men who [G]shot his [D]father [G]down Had [Em]robbed a bank in [C]Cheri[D]co The only [Em]thing 'tween them and [C]Mexi[D]co Was [G]Lonsome Dove The [G]shadows stretched across the land As the [C]shots rang [G]out down the [D]Rio [G]Grande And when the [Em]smoke had finally [C]cleared the [D]street The [Em]men lay at the [C]ranger's [D] feet But [G]legend tells to this very day That [C]shots were [G]comin' from an [D]alleyway [G] 'Through [Em]no one knows who [C]held the [D]gun There [Em]ain't no doubt if you [C]ask [D]someone in [G]Lonesome Dove CHORUS