1. My home’s in Montana, I wear a bandanna,
My spurs are of silver, my pony is gray.
Whatever the weather, we travel together,
With foot in the stirrup, I’ll gallop all day.
2. We’re up with the sun, ’cause there’s work to be done,
In the wide open spaces, that’s where we would be.
Out here in the West is the life we love best,
Montana is home for my pony and me.
3. When far from the ranches, I chop the pine branches
To heap on the campfire as daylight grows pale,
When I have partaken of beans and of bacon,
I whistle a cheery old song of the trail.
- more songs about the weather
- more songs from the American West
- more songs with I IV V chords
- more partner songs
- more songs in 3
- more songs with dotted quarter notes
- more songs with the tonic triad in the melody
- Harmony: It’s also a partner song with Home on the Range (key of E).
The following content is available below to Plus Members:
- PDF includes:
- Song with chords in 2 keys
- Lesson rhythm ideas – dotted quarter note
- Printable Rhythm Visuals
- Partner song with Home on the Range
- MIDI file
- Digital Rhythm Visuals