8 thoughts on “ Chestnut Mare ”

  1. In this song, Roger McGuinn is trying to catch and tame a wild horse - a beautiful chestnut mare. After tracking her for weeks, he ropes her and jumps on, but this horse doesn't want a rider. She jumps off a cliff taking him with her. When they land in a pool of water, she sheds him and runs free. Undeterred, McGuinn vows to keep going after the mare.
  2. Chestnut Mare Lyrics: Always alone never with a herd / Prettiest mare I’ve ever seen / You’ll have to take my word / I’m going to catch that horse if I can / And when I do I’ll give her my.
  3. Dec 04,  · Folk wisdom has it that chestnut mares have more attitude and may be harder to handle than mares of other colours. It is hard to say where this idea comes from, though perhaps it is rooted in the impression that mares are generally more difficult to handle than geldings, combined with the concept of the fiery redhead.
  4. Jan 14,  · “Chestnut Mare” was nothing short of hypnotic harmonic brilliance, skillfully balanced and dispensed with a linear movement that was carried forth by by Roger’s twelve string Rickenbacker. There is a backstory to this number, though few at the time were aware of it/5.
  5. Lyrics to 'Chestnut Mare' by The Byrds. Written by Roger McGuinn and Jacques Levy Always alone never with a herd Prettiest mare I've ever seen You'll have to take my word.
  6. D A6 Bm Always alone, G G/F# A7 never with a herd D A6 Bm Prettiest mare I've ever seen, G G/F# A7 you'll have to take my word G G/F# Em A7 D A6 Bm I'm going to catch that horse if I can G G/F# Em A7 D A6 Bm and when I do I'll give her my brand D A6 Bm Well I was up on Stony Ridge G G/F# Em A7 after this chestnut mare, been chasing her for weeks D A6 Bm Oh I'd .
  7. The Byrds - Chestnut Mare Lyrics. Written by Roger McGuinn and Jacques Levy Always alone never with a herd Prettiest mare I've ever seen You'll have to take my word I'm gon Lyrics.
  8. Jun 22,  · For as long as horse people have been around, it is said that a Chestnut mare is basically a fiery redhead. They have a reputation of being crazy – short-tempered horses who kick, buck, bite, the whole nine yards. After doing some reading on a horse forum about the stereotype, it was interesting to find out that the stereotype went both neoswithandsemicse.repopowohteratomawasvomoonba.co: Dani Buckley.

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