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It’s all the same, only the names will change Everyday it seems we’re wasting away Another place where the faces are so cold I’d drive all night just to get back home I’m a cowboy, on a steel horse I ride I’m wanted, dead or alive I’m wanted, dead or alive Sometimes I sleep,Sometimes it's not for daysThe people I mean, alway go their separate waysSometimes you tell the day,by the bottle that you drinkSometimes when your alone, all you do is think I'm a cowboy, on a steal horse i rideim wanted (wanted)dead or alive....Ohh... I'm a cowboy, on a steal horse i ridei'm wanted,(wanted) dead or alive,and i walk these streets, and a six string on my backI play for keeps,mm.. i might not make it backohh i've been everywhere, and i'm standing tallive seen a million places and i rock them allim a cowboy, on a steal horse i ride,i'm wanted,(wanted) dead or alivei'm a cowboy,i got a knight on my side i'm wanted (wanted) dead or aliveAnd I ride (and I ride) Dead or alive I still try (I still try) Dead or alive Dead or alive Dead or alive Dead or alive Dead or alive Dead or alive Dead or alive

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