My brother Robbie and me were born about a year apart
We went toe to toe at times but stayed heart to heart
Then one Christmas came, toys were everywhere
But the one I remember the most in the corner over -there
Two bikes called Western Flyers
Ooo

We got cowboy suits, hats and boots and a gun
Yeah together we kept those outlaws on the run
Heading out to the neighborhood rodeo
It was high-ho Silver and away we´d go

We´d saddle up and together we´d ride
The two of us side by side
Tall in the saddle, we couldn´t be higher
Well I was Auddy Murphy, he was John Wayne
Two white hats riding the range
Out into the sunset on our Western Flyers
Riding out into the sunset on our Western Flyers
Ooo

The sundown came and horses need their rest
We´d had a long, hard day taming the wild, wild west
Was that a coyote or the dog next door
We were lying awake at night telling stories well that´s for sure
Around the old campfire

Now time moves on and cowboys ride their separate way
But we´ll keep those rusty old horses till our dying days
Yeah he´s got his, I´ve got mine
We´re over now oh but there was a time

When we´d saddle up and together we´d ride
Side by side, you cannot divide
Tall in the saddle, we couldn´t be higher
Well I was Auddy Murphy, he was John Wayne
Two white hats riding the range
Out into the sunset on our Western Flyers
Riding out into the sunset on our Western Flyers
Ooo

Riding out into tne sunset on our Western Flyers

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