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Ballad Of A Small Man lyrics

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        He was a small man but this man was all man
    He was accustomed to danger
    He knew the badlands, he knew every bad man
    This man was a ranger, ranger, ranger
    Into the township of Pecos he rode
    Everyone noticed this stranger
    Plainly it showed in the way that he rode in
    This man was a ranger, ranger, ranger
    Everyone watched as he climbed from his horse and walked by
    Every eye dropped to the gun hanging low on his side
    The silence was broken, the ranger had spoken
    And these were his words
    I've trailed an outlaw for thirty-six days
    I'm twenty hours behind him
    He's here in town so I'll just be around
    Long as it takes me to find him, find him, find him
    Slowly he turned and he looked down the street
    Then he looked back to the crowd
    Somethin' about him left no room to doubt
    He spoke very little but loud, but loud, but loud
    If it is pity you have for my size
    Save it don't waste it, my friend
    This equalizer I have on my hip
    Makes me as big as the next man, next man, next man
    Then from a door came a curse and they knew at a glance
    The outlaw had stepped to the street to begin his advance
    Women grabbed children, men grabbed their wives
    And thay ran from the street
    Even the soft, gentle breeze became still
    Death had a minute to wait
    Two hands would dive for a Colt forty-five
    One hand would come up too late, too late, too late
    "Go for your gun", was the outlaw's remark
    "Tomorrow you'll sleep neath the stone."
    The ranger replied, "There'll be plenty of time
    After you go for your own, your own, your own."
    All of a sudden it happened
    Both of then grabbed for a gun
    Both clearing leather, both fired together
    Everyone thought it was one gun, one gun, one gun
    A forty-five slug hit the outlaw and spun him around
    His life was over, he died on his way to the ground
    To our surprise we watched as the ranger
    Took one faltering step
    Slowly he crumbled and fell to the ground
    A bullet was deep in his side
    He looked all around but he spoke not a word
    A faint little smile and he died, he died, he died
    He was a small man but this man was all man
    He was accustomed to danger
    He knew the badlands, he knew every bad man
    This man was a ranger, ranger, ranger
     
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