“Just Like Them Horses” by Reba McEntire [Video & Lyrics]

"Just Like Them Horses" is the latest by well established country artist Reba McEntire. This single comes from her latest album Love Somebody.

“Just Like Them Horses”

She held him close, then she kissed his face
He said it just has to be this way
Yours is the heart I’ll always keep
I’m not gone even if I leave

If you love me, don’t you be afraid
To look in my eyes and open up the gate
Then watch me ride beneath a newborn sun
Just like them horses
When it’s time to run

He said, Chockie Mountain is calling me
Gonna take a walk up where I can see
Turn and face that western wind
Oh, and I’ll be home again

If you love me, don’t you be afraid
To look in my eyes and open up the gate
Then watch me ride beneath a newborn sun
Just like them horses
When it’s time to run

Oh, just like them horses

She held his hand, he took one last breath
Then she walked out to the front porch step
Stared at the sky, tears on her face
And she swore she could hear him say

If you love me, don’t you be afraid
To look in my eyes and open up the gate
Then watch me ride beneath a newborn sun
Just like them horses
When it’s time to run

Just like them horses
When it’s time to run
When it’s time to run
When it’s time to run

Now it’s time to run

Just like them horses, ooh
Just like them horses
Oh, now it’s time to run…

This very emotional and heart felt song is actually a tribute to Reba’s late father. On Facebook she describes how when she heard the song she immediately thought of having it play at her father’s funeral and then it eventually ended up part of her Love Somebody album. The video was shot entirely in Chockie Oklahoma where Reba lived for 21 years. The video also features Reba’s mother who she describes as the glue to their family. This video truly is a beautiful tribute to Reba’s father. Check out more details about the video in Reba’s Facebook post.

Liz Hengber sent me a CD of "Just Like Them Horses" while I was listening to songs for my Love Somebody album. The…

Posted by Reba McEntire on Tuesday, January 19, 2016

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