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Staring out my window, who is that I see

He sure does look familiar, and he's wearing boots and jeans

Can't tell you were I saw him, was it on a late night screen

A cowboy in this city's something I ain't never seen

He's knockin' on the door of my two two room flat

Do I let him in, what I would give to love a man like that


Chorus:

He walks that western walk, he talks that southern talk

He rides the rodeo, he comes from San Antonio

He's drivin' a big ole cadillac

Hey, I could love a man like that

Yes, I could love a man like that


He takes me by the hand as he leads me out the door

I say "Good-Bye ole city, I won't be back here no more"

Well I moved here from the country, thought I'd try and get ahead

Oh but every road I've taken's headed other ways instead

But I've packed up my belongings, and he's handing me the keys

I'm headed to the Mountains with the man of my dreams


(Chorus)


Bridge:

Now you may think im crazy, but I just can't explain

There's something about a cowboy that drives this girl insane


(repeat Chorus)



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