(Ian Tyson, Judy Collins)
There's a young man that I know, His age is
twenty-one. Comes from down in southern
Colorado. Just got out of service, and he's
lookin' for his fun.
Someday soon, goin' with him, Someday
My parents cannot stand him, 'Cause he rides the
rodeo. My father says that he will leave me
cryin'. I would follow him right down the
toughest road I know.
And when he comes to call, my pa ain't got a
good word to say. Guess it's 'cause he's just as
wild in the younger days. So blow you old blue
northern, blow my love to me. He's drivin'
in tonight from California. He loves his damned
old rodeo as much as he loves me.
(repeat "And when he comes to call ...")